Improvements to Biosingularity blogs

Posted on: January 10, 2006

Based on overwhelmingly positive comments and constructive critiques I received over the last several weeks, I will try to implement some additions here that I hope will be an improvement. Of course, this will depend on finding sufficient time during my extremely busy schedule.

One of the changes requested was to link the stories to the original scientific articles, if they are published results. I will try to link most of the discoveries to Pubmed database abstracts, which then links to the original journal articles.

Second, I will try to post comments/opinions once a week, summarizing why I think the stories posted that week are important and try to add my personal input. I could also include some of the comments made to these stories, which could further enhance the discussions.

Finally, again on weekly basis, I will try to either feature the web or blog sites that I like or link to commentary/opinion blogs related to the theme of this site. In addition, you can email me if you like to write a commentary/opinion article that you would like to be posted here. I will try my best to accomodate that if it is within the context of the mission of biosingularity.

Please continue your input and wish everyone happy new year.

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