Archive for January, 2008
When finnished, I would have liked it to be published some where like Nature Preceedings, however they only accept proprietary Microsoft files and pdfs rather than XML documents. I also though of creating a Google code project for it, but it seems quite elaborate for something nobody else would be contributing to and once completed would be rather static. Any suggestions are very welcome.
I have just made my first edit in Wikipedia. The page in question described what now is the proliferation of life science reporting recommendations and can be found here. I added the details for the MIAPE GE recommendations and intend to add the neuroscience recommendations that I have been working on shortly.
In an effort of catching up with the blog posts form 2007 before starting the ones for 2008, I have just gone through my Google reader subscriptions. As a result I though I would update my blogroll accordingly with the blogs have have enjoyed reading over the last year. The list is over on the right but the new additions are bio::blogs; the monthly bioinformatics blog carnival, bioinformatics zen from Michael Barton, the CARMEN project blog (which I contribute to), Hugo Hiden, the technical director of the e-science institute here in Newcastle, Public Rambling by Pedro, Savas Parastatidis personal blog and What you’re doing is rather desperate