Lab Meetings, Online

Lab meetings are a regular part of working in a lab, and blogger Attila Csordas has a way to take the meeting to the Web. Since many presentations are already on PowerPoint or Keynote, they can easily be made into screencasts and posted to scientific social networking sites — that way, he says, the author of the paper might even respond to the lab's critiques.

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