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New England Science Writers blogging panel

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Screen shot 2011-01-18 at 2.28.07 PM.jpgI’ll be in Boston tomorrow as part of a panel discussion on blogging about health and science – an event hosted by New England Science Writers, a professional organization of about 240 reporters, writers, freelancers, producers, bloggers, authors and communicators.

I’ll join this stellar group of bloggers on the panel:

* Daniel Carlat (
* Ivan Oransky (,
* Rachel Zimmerman (
Moderated by Alison Bass (

It’s supposed to be sort of a “why do we bother with blogging” explanation. I look forward to learning from my co-panelists.

You can follow Tweets from the event by following the Twitter hashtag #nesciblog11

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