Monthly Archives: August 2010

Links 8/31/10

Links for you.
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Posted in Lotsa Links

Scientia Pro Publica #38 is Up!

Lots of interesting science happening over at Dr. Shock’s place.
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Posted in Bloggity Blog

The Price of Sequencing Versus the Cost

I’m willing to go along with the costs of reagents plus minimal ancillary costs running around $5,000. Maybe. But the cost of sequencing, including the externalized costs, is much more.
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Posted in Genomics | 6 Comments

Links 8/30/10

I’m hopefully in Atlanta by now, en route to St. Louis for Microbiome-y goodness. Links for you.
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Programming Note: Microbiome Meeting

I’ll be at the Human Microbiome Research Conference for a few days.
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Posted in Bloggity Blog, Microbiome

Why Isn’t the Missing Heritability Nearly Neutral and Tightly Networked?

Why should rare disease variants have large effects?
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Posted in Genetics, Genomics | 4 Comments

Links 8/29/30

Hotter than hell today. Stay inside and enjoy some refreshing links.
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Posted in Lotsa Links | 1 Comment

Politics Can Be Practiced Well: Shifting the Overton Window

What I still can’t fathom is why the Democratic establishment thinks they can piss off the rank-and-file: if nothing else, they need us so they can look respectable.
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Posted in Democrats, Fucking Morons | 7 Comments

Links 8/28/10

Sunny. Warm. Links.
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Fiscal Irresponsbility and Deferred Maintenance: The Bridges Edition

Democrats should have asked conservatives, “We have over 100,000 bridges that need serious repairs. How do you solve this problem? Or do you simply not care?”
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Posted in Conservatives, Democrats, Economics, Transportation | 2 Comments