Since I've moved to Discover Blogs I suspect my readership has changed a bit. I have the results of a previous survey from early in 2010, back when I was at ScienceBlogs, but haven't posted on it in detail. I'll try and do that in the next few days, but I also will put up a survey for this incarnation of the weblog to see if there are changes. I'll ask the standard demographic questions (age, sex, race, income, education, etc.), but the comments are open if you are curious about something about the readership of this weblog and would like me to include a question regarding that issue. I can't guarantee I'll add it, but I might. Additionally, I want to highlight that I have a personal delicious feed going. That's where I usually get the stuff for "Daily Data Dumps." If you want to subscribe, the RSS address for that is http://feeds.delicious.com/v2/rss/gnxp?count=15. I also contribute to two other blogs, Gene Expression Classic and Secular Right. If you subscribe to my total feed you can get all the content of this weblog, as well all the posts for those two blogs, as well as my periodic contributions to Comment is Free at The Guardian. Finally, some blogs which you might not know about, but perhaps should. A Replicated Typo, on the evolution of culture (with a focus on language). And I can't recommend Genomes Unzipped enough. What blogs are you reading out of curiosity? I "circulate" my RSS feed subscriptions a fair amount outside of a core set.