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A Newcomer BloggieGeneBaby | My Astonishment July 18, 2007

Posted by ramunas in media.

To be frank, as a newcomer into genetics blogosphere, I didn’t expect several things that happened recently during the first few days of blogging:

  • received an invitation to join The DNA Network
  • was mentioned on genetic testing and education company DNA Direct blog
  • suggested by Bertalan to host blog carnival (fiesta?) GeneGenie on September
  • was accredited to comply with HOC code standarts (that’s very important event for me, since I feel responsibility for the accuracy of information provided here on this sensitive topic.)

A big thank for ALL of you! Will try not to disappoint you.

Before a year or so I was for the first time impressed with Web 2.0 concept in Medicine – and the ClinGenBlog was launched then (now the best forefront of that is probably ScienceRoll). The main idea was to make some kind of Open Access WBDD/OMIM/Smith’s collection on the web with tagging approach on deli.cio.us. Too much time consuming, though. I don’t update it anymore. If you feel you can develop this idea further – let’s discuss.



1. Blaine - July 18, 2007

Congratulations and welcome to the network!

2. Bertalan Meskó - July 18, 2007

It’s good to see such a valuable (actually awesome) blog on the sky of the medical blogosphere. 🙂

3. Lisa - July 18, 2007

Yes, welcome! It’s an increasingly active blogworld out here. I’m glad you’ve received a warm response 🙂

4. Genetic Testing: BlogMix and a funny video « ScienceRoll - July 19, 2007

[…] resident doctor from Vilnius University, Lithuania, who is interested in human cancer genetics. He thinks that we help his work, but the truth is that he does a great service for us and the readers for writing […]

5. sandrar - September 10, 2009

Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.

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