Neutrino phyisics may be boring, as Jester claims in a post today at the NEUTEL11 blog, or exciting, as many others are ready to testify. And since Jester talks about exciting new results ready to be submitted by the XENON100 collaboration, I would bet you will concur with the latter.

In any case, a group of ten physicists is blogging there to tell the story of the Neutrino Telescopes conference this year, and they have things to say, so if you are at all interested in High-Energy Physics, or Cosmology, or Astro-particle Physics, or the Universe, or palaces on the Canal Grande in Venice, you should definitely add the NEUTEL11 blog to your reader. Just a hint.