All the cool kids were doing it, so I had to join in, too. [For those playing the home game, select the first sentence from the first post of each month and post the lot. I decided to include the first photo of each month, too.]
January – “I have a secret“
I got some good news last night that I’d love to share, but I think I’m going to keep my lips sealed for until the official announcement is up elsewhere.
February – “Got another one!“
Apparently Sb has been snapping up quality science bloggers at an extraordinary rate, and the latest member of the collective is Maria of Green Gabbro.
March – “Worst… interview… EVER!“
A few days ago I mentioned that paleontologist Terry Gates was going to appear on Bill O’Reilly’s show to speak on the subject of whether global warming killed the dinosaurs.
April – “On to better things…“
I suppose today is as good a day as any to break the news to you all, especially since Janet has just made an announcement similar to the one I’m about to make.
May – “Freaking Out at Finals“
I’ve been really down this week, biting my nails about finals and my academic future (or potential premature end of it).
June – “Do these books make any difference?“
Those of you who stopped by this blog on Friday afternoon might have quickly glimpsed a post that is now missing.
July – “Some big news“
It seems that today is going to be a big day for science bloggers.
August – “Albertonykus, Huanghetitan, Velafrons…“
When I was a kid remembering “all” the dinosaurs was pretty easy.
September – “Helping ‘John Doe’ Understand Evolution“
When do you think that the following passage was first published?
October – “A different kind of Dinomania“
Dinosaurs were in ample supply when I was a kid.
November – “Happy (belated) Halloween/Caturday!“
I forgot to put this up yesterday, but better late than never, right?
December – “The life, and death, of Ota Benga“
Wow… that really wasn’t half as interesting as I thought it would be.