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29 November 2005

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Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Tangled Bank Number 42:

» Tangled Bank #42 from Pharyngula
Are you ready to read over 40 science articles today? Tangled Bank #42 is up. [Read More]

» Tangled Bank #42 from The Panda's Thumb
Are you ready to read over 40 science articles today? Tangled Bank #42 is up.... [Read More]

» Tangled Bank from blogs for industry
A new Tangled Bank is up at Dogged blog. Lots of good stuff as usual, including several posts that will stimulate later bloggage. I hope my post on E. coli taking pictures. is up to the standard. ... [Read More]

» Check out Tangled Bank #42 from Aetiology
A new Tangled Bank is up at Dogged Blog, and it is giant and awesome. First, the host herself is a writer about veterinary medicine--interesting to me since I work with zoonotic diseases (diseases that are transmitted between species) and work with v... [Read More]

» Tangled Bank from Skeptico
The 42nd Tangled Bank – the semi-weekly compendium of the best science blogging - is now up at Dogged Blog. There are over 40 science blogs featured today, including one from yours truly. [Read More]

» Tangled Bank #49... from Science and Sarcasm
was published yesterday at Dogged Blog... [Read More]

» Tangled Invertebrates from Modulator
Circus of the Spineless #3 is up at Urban Dragon Hunters and science blogs have gathered together at Tangled Bank #42 hosted by Dogged Blog.... [Read More]

» Grand Rounds 2.10 and Tangled Bank #42 from Genetics and Health
Graham at over my med body is hosting a very grateful Grand Rounds 2.10 this week. Heres the new link to the piece I submitted on the stathmin gene for fear. Grand Rounds is the place to check each week for whats on medical bloggersR... [Read More]

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coturnix

Lovely! Thank you.

Kevin

My web screener at the office blocks the " e. coli taking photographs" link as "pornography." What are you guys up to? ;)

Gina

Good job! Tangled Bank is a bit like the New Yorker, in that you have to start reading right away so that you can be finished in time for the next edition. No time to lose! Thank you for including me.

thebhc

Great job. A very nice collection of posts.

Sunil

Phew! That was fantastic.

It took mutliple visits over the day (and plenty of goofing off at work) to finish this, but it was well worth my time.

Hsien Lei

Thank you for hosting this monster of a Tangled Bank issue! FYI, the Genetics and Public Health Blog has moved to Genetics and Health. I will continue contributing to Tangled Bank from there.

Michael Balter

Wow, congratulations, great stuff! But how am I supposed to get any work done with all this to read?

Michael Balter
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ruth

you did great! your hesitations were ill-founded! :)

Dave Munger

Nice work! And thanks for processing our late submission so quickly!

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