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How do we get ideas to develop into useful books? Many ways, of course, but some include simple brainstorming. Use the following space to post ideas for books you think may be of interest. Also check out [http://www.postgenomic.com/ Postgenomic.com], which
 
How do we get ideas to develop into useful books? Many ways, of course, but some include simple brainstorming. Use the following space to post ideas for books you think may be of interest. Also check out [http://www.postgenomic.com/ Postgenomic.com], which
 
collates posts from life science blogs and then does useful and interesting things with that data. (For example, you can see which papers are currently being discussed by neurologists, or which web pages are being linked to by bioinformaticians. It's sort of like a hot papers meeting with the entire biomed blogging community.)
 
collates posts from life science blogs and then does useful and interesting things with that data. (For example, you can see which papers are currently being discussed by neurologists, or which web pages are being linked to by bioinformaticians. It's sort of like a hot papers meeting with the entire biomed blogging community.)
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Revision as of 15:35, 26 February 2009

How do we get ideas to develop into useful books? Many ways, of course, but some include simple brainstorming. Use the following space to post ideas for books you think may be of interest. Also check out Postgenomic.com, which collates posts from life science blogs and then does useful and interesting things with that data. (For example, you can see which papers are currently being discussed by neurologists, or which web pages are being linked to by bioinformaticians. It's sort of like a hot papers meeting with the entire biomed blogging community.)

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