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“More researchers should engage with the blogosphere” The blogosphere differs from mass media and specialized media in many respects, but the same considerations apply in disseminating new scientific results there. Authors of papers in press have the right to correct … Continue reading
Subscribe to podcasts (free): [iTunes] Enhanced podcasts & videos It’s been another busy year at MicrobiologyBytes, with more than 300 posts this year, and over half a million page views, so here’s a whistle-stop tour of just some of the … Continue reading
On Monday 3rd November 2008, MicrobiologyBytes rolled over the half a million page views mark. Not such a big deal in the mega-techblog world, but quite an achievement for a lil’ old microbiology blog run by lil’ old me and … Continue reading
WordPress now has the capability to put polls in posts:
Welcome to edition 34 of Gene Genie, the blog carnival of genes and genetic conditions. It’s high summer, and the internet is a dead as a doornail, but a few diligent bloggers are still slogging away at the keyboard while … Continue reading
What does the future hold? Gone are the days when it was sufficient to put something interesting on a website and let people find it…
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Nominations for the 2007 Edublog Awards can be made at: http://edublogawards.com/2007/2007-nominations/