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  • samanta
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    Thank you. Will give it a try this weekend.

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  • ECO
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    Originally posted by samanta View Post
    Thank you. I am trying to figure out an way to keep wordpress spammer away, but had no luck.
    Use the akismet spam service (http://akismet.com/). Works amazing for this site. Pretty sure it's free for non-commercial sites.

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  • samanta
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    Originally posted by nilshomer View Post
    Open the comments, I'm following.
    Thank you. I am trying to figure out an way to keep wordpress spammer away, but had no luck.

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  • ETHANol
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    I've started a blog. It will be my perspective on biology. My perspective being a wet lab guy that has mostly studied epigenetics, chromatin structure, transcriptional regulation and how these things effect biological pathways. And of course I'll be posting on how NGS has finally made bioinformatics cool.

    Everything Ethan knows about biology - The Ethan-ome


    BTW, great list. Reading blogs is great.

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  • nilshomer
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    Originally posted by samanta View Post
    We started a new blog at http://homolog.us

    Please let us now, how we can improve ourselves.
    Open the comments, I'm following.

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  • samanta
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    We started a new blog at http://homolog.us

    Please let us now, how we can improve ourselves.

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  • nilshomer
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    Originally posted by bbsinfo View Post
    If you are asked to pick the best blog from all these choices, what would it be?
    Thanks
    I must admit, that is a frustrating question indeed. All of them are of high quality, so check them out!

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  • bbsinfo
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    If you are asked to pick the best blog from all these choices, what would it be?
    Thanks

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  • lry198010
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    That's sound good for so much blogs focus on bioinformatics and NGS

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  • 2007lab
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    Some more links

    We strive to provide the most in-depth reviews and guides on DNA tests, ancestry kits, and so much more. 

    On data visualization, bioinformatics, quantified health and personal productivity

    bioinformatics,pierre,lindenbaum,integragen,ncbi,xml,biotec,biotech,biotechnology,dna,genomics, proteomics,rotavirus,eif4G,php,c++,java,c,xml,xslt,pubmed,social,linkedin

    Learn to use Bioinformatics Resources

    Discover satisfies everyday curiosity with relevant and approachable science news, feature articles, photos and more.

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  • DNA Sorcerer
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    just came across http://snpgenotyping.info

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  • Michael.James.Clark
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    I started a new blog called Mendelian Disorder at http://mendeliandisorder.blogspot.com No promises that it's all about NGS, but I will try to put as much useful/interesting stuff as possible.

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  • KevinLam
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    a blog network sounds fun.

    I just use google reader for simplicity and igoogle.

    I guess I can publish my reader rss feeds if anyone is interested.

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  • ECO
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    Hmmm...Their RSS feeds could be good fodder for Newsbot.

    Maybe we need an NGS blog network?

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  • nilshomer
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    Originally posted by flxlex View Post
    And after reading the latest entries for all those blogs you still have time left to do some work? ;-)
    They usually have one or two posts a month and I only reads the ones that pique my interest. I am finishing up my thesis so I need some distractions

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