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  • #31
    a promising RNA-Seq blog:http://rna-seqblog.com/. about one blog per day.

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    • #32
      http://blog.goldenhelix.com

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      • #33
        I didn't see this one on here: http://rna-seqblog.com/

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        • #34
          Originally posted by DanFrost View Post
          Could you turn on the RSS feed?

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          • #35
            Originally posted by nilshomer View Post
            Could you turn on the RSS feed?
            Thanks for the heads up, the RSS feed is now functional!

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            • #36
              Originally posted by DanFrost View Post
              Thanks for the heads up, the RSS feed is now functional!
              Thank-you!

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              • #37
                Anyone know what happened to http://ngsbuzz.blogspot.com ??? change site??
                this blog had a nice map of all the NGS institute.
                Do you know maybe on other blog that have this institute list? or somewhere else?
                Thanks

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by papori View Post
                  Anyone know what happened to http://ngsbuzz.blogspot.com ??? change site??
                  this blog had a nice map of all the NGS institute.
                  Do you know maybe on other blog that have this institute list? or somewhere else?
                  Thanks
                  They've switched over to http://omicsmaps.com/

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                  • #39
                    Thanks scbaker!!

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                    • #40
                      A lot of great blogs on this list.

                      I made it a resolution for 2012 to start a sequencing-related blog. Have a look. (Constructive) criticism is welcome

                      http://subjectsinsequencing.blogspot.com/

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                      • #41
                        Gavin - I just looked at your blog and I like the angle.

                        Also - good chatting with you this morning

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                        • #42
                          Thanks Dan! I look forward to discussing things further.

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                          • #43
                            I just started a blog called 'Next Generation Technologist' that will cover NGS from a slightly different angle, that is from one of the major vendors in the life science research tools market (i.e. Life Technologies).

                            It is a personal blog, so there will be my 'take' on things, as well as productivity / travel / cool stuff kinds of posts as well. Do feel free to come by and take a look around, and share your comments / feedback!

                            It has been an adventure already, figuring out how Wordpress worked, finding an appropriate theme and plugins, and then figuring out how to use my existing webhost to cooperate. (I.e., no 'one-click installation' available for me.)

                            Cheers -
                            Dale

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                            • #44
                              I started a blog recently:
                              blog.nextgenetics.net

                              I've written some entries on GO analysis and data visualization using javascript. I am not a veteran of the field, just a phd student. Hopefully I'll be able to explain stuff in a more accessible way.

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                              • #45
                                In light of recent events, I think I would propose to add the following
                                http://liorpachter.wordpress.com/
                                (Bits of DNA where Lior Pachtor eats Bioinformaticians for breakfast, the tone and tenor are harsh, but I am learning a few things.. reallly just very few things, as most of it is still mathematics). Wish there was another blog that explained Lior's blog.

                                http://ecodevoevo.blogspot.com/
                                Anthropology and Evolution heavy blog, but also something more including a deep bias on GWAS(?)

                                http://contig.wordpress.com/
                                Lex Nederbragt's blog on NGS.

                                http://madhadron.com/index.html
                                Frederick Gross' ascerbic bioinformatics and other blog.
                                This one in particular made me search for antacids this morning.
                                http://madhadron.com/posts/2012-03-2...formatics.html

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