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I have been writing here at ScienceBlogs.com for about two years and nine months now. Some of you have been reading my posts since I started here (thank you for sticking with me!), but readers come and go over time, and so I am jumping on board with the “Who are you?” meme recently restarted by DrugMonkey, Pal, Janet, Bora, and Jason.

Everyone is asking different questions of their readers – some more detailed ones than others – but I think I’ll keep it relatively simple: who are you (feel free to comment anonymously or under a pseud, and be as specific [or not] as you prefer), what do

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