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The PLoS ONE blog channel is moving

PLoS ONE now blogs at everyONE, and we won't be posting here any more. We outgrew this site in terms of functionality and ease of use a few months ago and it's time to redirect everyone that visits this channel to our new home. You can sign up for updates from our new blog via RSS or e-newsletter.

The new blog site allows us to incorporate video, podcasts, slide sharing, comic strips and photos into our communications mix. We've also been running a popular blog post of the month event, rounding up our media coverage on a weekly basis (sometimes more frequently for the hottest stories), answering your questions and updating you on new PLoS projects such as Article Level Metrics. To sum up, the new blog quickly and seamlessly keeps you updated on what gives in our world and allows us to hear from you about what is happening in yours.

Not only do PLoS ONE and PLoS Medicine now have their own blogs, we also have a lively social media program:

  • @PLoS on Twitter was recommended at the 140 Characters Conference as being "one to watch to learn about science". We have over 1400 followers but we'd like more so please sign up.
  • We also have a thriving Facebook page with over 4,500 fans, so please join us there too.

Thanks for following us here in the past, we look forward to welcoming you to our new home.

 

 

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