More on open science
I am still catching up with a backlog of feeds and e-tocs but I just noticed that Benjamin Good posted his manuscript on E.D. in Nature Precedings. I wend back to his post where he first presented the manuscript to have a look at the comments and there is a nice discussion going on there. It is a good example of the usefulness of posting our work online. There might be still few people knowledgeable about particular interests to gain very good feedback in all areas but this will tend to grow with time.
Michael Barton from Bioinformatics Zen started a new blog to use as an open science notebook about his own research.
I have a mini project in mind about the evolution of domain families that I will start describing and working on here in the blog soon.