All the Science Blogs fit to blog (about)

By Razib Khan | July 31, 2006 10:12 pm

Don’t have time to read all the Science Blogs? Don’t worry, Bora’s put together a literal tapas of selections, part I, part II, part III and part IV.

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  • http://scienceblogs.com/clock coturnix

    Thanks for the links. And I posted that just before we agreed we will call ourselves SciBlings instead of SiBlings!

  • http://akinokure.blogspot.com Agnostic

    I love the way the British say “tapas” — it sounds like “tap ass.” Their snobs still use the more Englishy “a” vowel (as in “cat”) for foreign words, whereas not long ago in the US the snobs affected the native pronunciation (like the “a” in “car”) — compare British & US pronunciations of “Milan,” “tapas,” “flan,” “taco,” etc.
    mmmmm, spanish tap ass….

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