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The following blogs have been in my blogroll for some time - I'd like to point them out anyway. While it shows that they started recently, all of them have potential to contribute to the blogosphere and arrive in the magic middle.

Nature erratum is my preference amongst the grad student blogs that uses anonymity to reflect on the process, hence other PhD students might get the most out of it. The advice to fedex your application (and hopefully its positive results) are worth following up.

The initial reason to read Blogging the biotech revolution by "Francis Crick" was to make fun of it, I have to confess - that combination was just too much. However, the content - mostly conference coverage - reads well versed and I hope to see more of it.

Unlike the two above, Deepakh Sing has no intentions of hiding himself in anonymity at business|bytes|genes|molecules. His rather playful blog connects nanotechnology and bioninformatics in a unique way.
[Thanks for the link, Robin]

The main shortcoming of the above blogs is the small number of posts per time - I can only advise to continue.

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