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My lab:
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In total, over 40 blogs have covered our work on spontaneous behavior in flies, some with very long and scholarly discussions and comments. Most of the blogs paid very close attention to what we wrote and how we worded it, which really did impress me. I guess it makes for much better reporting if the journalist is not forced to sell his/her article. (Coincidentally, this also says a lot about the effects the current funding situation in science may have on the science that is published.) Or maybe bloggers don't just assume their readers are stupid? I guess it's somewhere in-between or both
Now, almost one week after the publication of the paper, I'm closing the blogroll with the Dilbert blog:
Dilbert blog - recommended!
waka waka waka
bayblab
Epistemophobia
Koantum Matters
Good Math, Bad Math - recommended!
Mick Hartley
Notes from the Lounge
Summer Harvest
AstroRoach
Kiriath-Arba - recommended!
decorabilia
nowpublic
The Anterior Commissure - recommended!
Evolution Denialism - recommended!
Thothweb
Odysseus’ Shipwreck
criminalenglish
All Manner of Curious Things
Darwinia
Ned
Uncommon Descent - warning, ID nonsense!
Rose Garden
Zoologix - recommended!
jengine
Blogged down world
sqrly
Side Effects
Doctrine Unites
trendio
iridius
The Futile Cycle - recommended!
Truthera
Auntie Em's house of cookies - recommended!
Evolution Diary
Srass Salarfang
vgnwitch
Letter from le Vrai - recommended!
Reflections of my mind
Thought Capital
Scientific blogging
Coturnix@Scienceblogs - recommended!
CaribJournal
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