Today is the one year anniversary of the beginning of this blog. I wasn’t sure how things would develop, and still am not. We’ve had a few good discussions, but what I have noticed most of all is how I get a steady stream of hits on the polyadenylation background essays. It’s enough to imagine that this blog is sort of an alternative to wikipedia for those looking for information about this process. This is good, but this interest has not come with questions. Either these essays are clear (not likely), or someone out there is being shy. So, those readers who are using this blog as a vehicle to learn about the process, don’t hesitate to ask questions. You obviously want to learn something about the subject, and the best way to learn is to ask.