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Old 02-25-2010, 08:21 AM   #1
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The big sequencing applications/technology conference (AGBT) is underway in Florida now, and there is quite a bit of electronic reporting activity going on.

Probably the most up-to-date source is to be had from following the #AGBT hashtag on twitter. Interesting to get up-to-the-second coverage of talks.

Also, Anthony Fejes is keeping his blog stuffed with his detailed notes from the talks.

I will update this as I am able, but please feel free to post your news/opinions below!
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Been cut'n'pasting Twitter notes, RSS feeds and FF comments at http://www.fiamh.info/category/agbt-2010/. Certainly not complete, but maybe an easy way to catch up if you do not have the time to follow the full twitter onslaught.
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Nice work!

Twitter was quite entertaining today. It was an exercise in self-restraint for me.

Daniel MacArthur at GeneticFuture has a good roundup, in addition to Anthony's blog.

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Notes from day 3 are up. Not sure whether to be excited or just plain scared...
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Notes from day 3 are up. Not sure whether to be excited or just plain scared...
My first thought: What will it to take to get a PHD? Characterize a gene, genome, 1000 genomes, ...?

I am really excited about synergy of all the potential data!
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Seriously scary amounts of information on massive amounts of data
Perhaps keeping twitter activity within a group will help, so created this twibe = http://www.twibes.com/ngs
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PacBio sounds like Helicos-2
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