Saturday, June 7, 2008

Juha Mentu's blog is getting attention

Congratulations to Juha Mentu. He is also one of the Biotuch co-writers. I got a separate posting to my gmail and decided to post the information here as well. It's true, there isn't many well written blogs about the paper industry. I guess, the same goes for biotechnology and microbiology in general.

Macarena, I see that Yahoo Answers is a very good tool to attract readers to the Biotouch. Thanks for actively promoting the Biotouch blog. The blog already has a growing global readership, although, it's been around since last week of May 2008.

The Industry microbiologist blog is very focused. I think the feedback will motivate Juha to write more.

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It's nice to see a well-written blog on pulp and paper industry technical issues. There are not many blogs in our industry.

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