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    Thursday, July 8th, 2010

    Pardon Our Dust While We Move

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    As many of you know, I moved my blog Culture Dish yesterday from ScienceBlogs, where it’s been the past few years.  As Carl Zimmer pointed […]



    Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

    Culture Dish Doesn’t Live at ScienceBlogs Anymore

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    A serious conflict of interest and transparency problem has arisen on ScienceBlogs. Like several other bloggers here, I’m now on a Pepsi-Induced Hiatus, however like like David Dobb’s and Blake Stacy, my hiatus from ScienceBlogs will be permanent.



    Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

    Culture Dish on the Road

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    Yesterday was the first day I was able to post since the ScienceBlogs upgrade because of glitches in the system.  Now I’m headed off to […]



    Friday, January 9th, 2009

    Service Animals on the Radio, a Horse Fetching a Beer, Plus Blog Maintenance Downtime

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    Links to updates, radio interviews and a funny video while ScienceBlogs is down for an upgrade.



    Friday, January 2nd, 2009

    Subscribing to Culture Dish Feed, plus Culture Dish on NPR Today

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    Update: Culture Dish’s feed is now live! (Thanks Sb folks!) To subscribe to this blog, just click this link for RSS feed or subscribe to […]



    Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

    Welcome to Culture Dish, the Sequel

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    Award-winning science writer and author Rebecca Skloot moves her blog, Culture Dish, to ScienceBlogs.



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