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HUGO has gotten in on the blogging world. Yep, the Human Genome Organisation has launched "HUGO Matters," a blog of all things genome-a-rific. An introductory post from Edison Liu, the organization's president, tells readers, "At the heart of social media are web-based technologies to foster discussions, share knowledge, and encourage participation. HUGO is also committed to such goals as they apply to genetics and genomics worldwide.

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