I'll be leaving tomorrow morning (yikes!) for Experimental Biology 2012 (!!), where I'll be presenting my own totally cool science while also participating in a few social media things, including the Tweetup scheduled for Monday night (hope to see you there!). To get ready for that, I wrote up a post on how blogging, twitter, and social media in general have influenced my scientific career. Being a pseud, you wouldn't think it would have that big of an effect, but in fact it's much larger than you might suppose! Head over and check it out.
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