>I’m not sure where “here” really is… but here we are, at the last post of my fejes.ca blog. My 391st blog post! That’s actually not so bad for 3 and a half years, now that I think of it.
Anyhow, with Google cutting off ftp publishing, it was time for a move to greener pastures, which in this case is Nature Blogs. I intend to continue discussing the same topics and to continue posting stuff relevant to next-gen sequencing…. or 2nd or 3rd generation, which ever one we’re now in. I hope people who’ve been reading my blog come along and continue commenting at the new site.
For the moment, the new site is a bit plain – Nature is still setting things up, and I’m sure it’ll take some time for things to become comfortable over there. I’m going to miss my visitor map, my tag cloud and my many anonymous comments – but these are things I can push for at Nature. They’ve been fairly responsive to my requests, and hopefully Nature blogs will continue to evolve. Despite the plain looks, I’m expecting great things.
Before I start waxing sentimental about leaving fejes.ca, I’ll just invite you to come join me over at my new blog: http://blogs.nature.com/fejes.
Finally, a few last words with which I would like to end this blog:
Thanks to everyone who’s read my blog, thanks to those who commented on my posts, and most especially, thanks to everyone who supported me and encouraged me to continue posting. All of which have meant a lot to me. (=