Now that the ScienceOnline 2010 meeting -- a conference about scientific blogging -- has ended, bloggers are having a field day sharing their views on how it went. That's a good thing for those of us who couldn't get in to the sold-out event. There are far too many blog posts for us to include here, but for a full listing, check out this compilation page from conference organizer Bora Zivkovic.

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