Live from San Francisco

So, I'm here in San Francisco at AAAS, and have had the pleasure of hanging out with Janet (who I met previously), John, and Jeremy (who I'd not). I'll hopefully have a post up tomorrow on the session I just got out of, discussing evolution education and grassroots activism. It's been a lot of fun so far (and educational, of course!)

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What! I don't get a link? :)

By John Lynch (not verified) on 16 Feb 2007 #permalink

Sigh. And here I am, an hour north, and I couldn't go.

I need to get off my blogged-out butt and go to another one of these meetings. I had fun at the last on in St. Louis. Maybe we need a Seed-sponsored blog panel...?

Sorry John, coding issue--your link is restored. :) Phil, woulda loved to have seen you--we'll have to see about a blogging symposium or something next year...