Alex Worden started out the day by discussing her work on picoeukaryotes (unicellular eukaryotes less than 2 microns in size) and there were a couple of slides dealing with the comparative work that Andy and I have done as part of her forthcoming Micromonas paper.
Then practically half of Shannon Williamson's talk about her metagenomics work on marine viruses was devoted to my phylogenetic pipeline, APIS (Automated Phylogenetic Inference System), which performs taxonomic binning of metagenomic data by the automated creation and interpretation of phylogenetic trees.
Then in the evening Jonathan Eisen brought up our 2005 paper as part of the justification for his new project to sequence hundreds of bacterial and archaeal genomes.
Thanks guys. Your checks are in the mail...