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This is my last post at Scienceblogs.com.
In the future I will be blogging at Greg Laden’s blog, located at its original home at gregladen.com.
I have a feeling that Scienceblogs will not last long without me. What do you think?
But seriously, I’ll be talking about the story of the current status and development of this blog and scienceblogs.com with Mike Haubrich on our podcast Ikonokast. We recorded the conversation today, and will post it in a day or two.
Please go HERE to continue this conversation.
That is all. Thank you very much.
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