The Intersection

Archives for October, 2006

Back to Work, Again

I’ve just finished up a fun whirlwind tour of the Raleigh-Durham area, which included three talks and lots of meetings with scientists and fellow science bloggers. Abel Pharmboy was my thoughtful and accommodating host, and as far as science bloggers go, I also got to meet Coturnix of A Blog Aound the Clock and Dave…

Back to Work

Okay, I wasn’t supposed to be blogging…and now, I’m not any more. At all. Period. Let me just repost my events list for those wishing to catch me on the road in the next month or so; note that a new event, in Miami/Coral Gables, has been added, for election day no less (wonder what…

I know I am supposed to be working on my book, and indeed I am–a productive day today has made me feel less guilty about blogging.

Time Co-Opts the Elephant’s Ass

Um, maybe it’s just me, but doesn’t the above image look an awful lot like the image below? What do you think, should I be annoyed by this, or flattered?

Well…I am not bringing this blog back to life for the moment…but I also can’t avoid a major update like this. I’m happy to announce that an article I did for Seed last year, about the Dover evolution trial, is now contained in Houghton-Mifflin’s Best American Science and Nature Writing 2006, edited this year by…