Many thanks, Richard, as I wasn't familiar with and wondered what had essentially replaced the Google Blog Search of yesteryear. I gave it one "test" and it worked: I searched the blog entry "High Blood Cancer Response Rates Found for Cell Therapies" ( which I was aware of because it links to an article in one of the journals we publish (I discovered via -- which includes blogs but I suppose that's getting off topic -- I am a big fan of for a variety of reasons) and it retrieved it.

Forgive that eyesore of a "sentence."

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Subject: Re: question: blogs

I have looked at this scholarly blog index that seems pretty high-quality and easy to use:

it is blog-only, rather than "includes" blogs, though.

On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 11:46 AM, Boss, Cathy <[log in to unmask]>

> I am reaching out to your collective wisdom.  Is anyone aware of an index
> that includes blogs in the content it indexes?     Cathy
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