Category archives for Carnivals
At last! Here is the much delayed Carnival of Evolution 48! I must begin by apologizing for my tardiness, especially since John Wilkins managed to post the last one on time. I was traveling in the 2½ weeks preceding the deadline for CoE, and the combination of spotty internet access, extreme jetlag (British Columbia to…
I’m sitting here in Minnesota, anticipating another midweek snowstorm that’s on the way, and what do I learn? If I were in Rio de Janeiro I could be watching Carnaval. Heck, I could be dancing in the streets with a big fruity drink in my hand, blowing kisses to the lovely girls in exotic costumes.…
Octopus cyanea Figure from Cephalopods: A World Guide (amzn/b&n/abe/pwll), by Mark Norman.
The latest Tangled Bank is available at Submitted to a Candid World. Time to read!
The latest edition of the Tangled Bank is at Neural Gourmet.
We’re having a new Tangled Bank on Wednesday at The Neural Gourmet — so send me links fast!
The latest edition is at Pro-Science. Toddle on over and see what’s new in science blogging!
The latest edition of the Tangled Bank is online at Evolved and Rational. Say hooray for collections of science posts, and go read!
While I was loitering aboard a big boat in California and hanging out with communists, I missed the latest sailing of the Elitist Bastards. It sounds like it was a ferociously snooty affair.
The latest and greatest edition of the Tangled Bank is at Science Made Cool. Cool!