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I especially encourage you to e-mail me if you've recently published on the subject of microRNAs, so that I can keep up on posting advancements in this area.  Just send the link, with a brief summary, no attachments.  I have access to most journals and don't open attachments or candy from strangers.



1. Shawna - January 25, 2007

Hey Sacha!

My name is Shawna and I’m a PhD student from John Rasko’s lab at Centenary. I pretty much stumbled onto your blog because I was googling the Science Paper that you’ve made a note to yourself to read at some point – what a coincidence, so I figured I might as well introduce myself. I’m one of John’s 2 PhD students in the microRNA group, and I’ve been plodding along for about a year and a half now, which brings me to my question – how did we not meet you when you came here?

Good job on the blog site, it’s cool to see one on microRNAs/RNAs!

Cheers from downunder

2. Scott S - April 13, 2007


Great zuma blog. I just started playing this January and have gotten stuck on level 9. Soo…

Had a quick question about your Zuma strategy. I was wondering if you actually look at the frog to see which color’d ball is next to shoot or if you just quickly switch balls constantly to know which two balls you’ll have for consecutive shots. On the video it was most impressive to see how quickly you moved from shot to shot but I wasn’t sure how you were knowing which ball was your next shot.

Its a huge advantage to know your next ball but I have trouble looking for it without slowing down too much.



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