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Link love: B, C, & D

More linky goodness from my saved bloglines. Today’s edition brought to you by the letters B, C, and D.

But first a flashback to the A’s:
Ask a scientist: What’s the deal with plastic baby bottles? at a Natural Scientist.
Jenny’s post is timely for me because I recently found out that after trying to avoid bisphenol A in my bottles, I’d accidentally bought one of the few Gerber sippy cups that did contain it. Here’s a pretty comprehensive list of BPA free baby products.

And now on to the B’s.
Mama delivers a good scolding by Bitch Ph.D.
Bitch offers wonderful insightful and irreverent analysis of politics and life from a feminist perspective. I tend to agree with her.

Moving rapidly through the alphabet, we arrive at C
101 things in 1001 days at The Clutter Museum
The to-do list to end all to-do lists. I started to make one but then moved on to other things. Good luck to Trillwing in completing her chosen tasks, and I hope she lets us know how it’s going.


Field notebook for the office
at Clastic Detritus
BrianR is starting a journal for project ideas. This one is also on my to-do list. I just have to find the perfect notebook. Maybe I’ll give a moleskin one a try.

Science Podcasts at Clastic Detritus
BrianR has a pretty good list.

And on to D…

What happens if you run out of money?
at Dr. Mom
She never got a really informed answer, but she’s not the only one who is curious.

Situation for Women Faculty at Dr. Mom
A follow up on the above post, plus a new study by MIT on the hiring of women.

Dear Prospective PhD students of the world by Dr. Shellie
Some good advice.

Only 89 saved posts at the moment. Do you think I’ll ever be done?

Comments

  1. #1 Chad Orzel
    March 4, 2008

    Only 89 saved posts at the moment. Do you think I’ll ever be done?

    I highly recommend del.icio.us and their auto-post feature. I used to have the same problem of bookmarks piling up, but now I tag them for del.icio.us, and they automatically post once a day.

    It’s easy enough to set up, and makes some aspects of blogging a lot easier.

  2. #2 ScienceWoman
    March 4, 2008

    Thanks Chad. I’ll have to check it out.

  3. #3 Maria
    March 4, 2008

    I have a similar script that compiles everything I’ve posted with a “to scienceblogs” tag in the past week, and formats it nicely, but I haven’t yet figured out how to get it to autopost. So I cut’n’paste.

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