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tweeted apps and sites

I am really enjoying the sharing of applications and sites on Twitter. A few have come across lately that I thought I would share here. A few weeks ago Matt tweeted about Picnik, a free, robust online photo editing application … Continue reading

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when genes look like texts and texts look like something else

An article in the November 10, 2008, edition of The New York Times by Carl Zimmer, “Now: The Rest of the Genome,” discusses the thoroughly fascinating (and exceedingly difficult) of mapping the human genome. The article includes this gorgeous graphic, … Continue reading

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