Arks and Tangled Banks

The Tangled Bank

There don't seem to be a lot of carnival notices in my mailbox today, so I'll just note that the Friday Ark #113 is up, and remind everyone that the next Tangled Bank is coming up on Wednesday, at Newton's Binomium (by the way, I thought his post on the difficulty of explaining the importance of evo-devo was good—there are biologists who look utterly blank at the enthusiasm the subject generates in some of us). Send stuff to host@tangledbank.net or me by Tuesday.

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A few carnival announcements: Carnival of Education #91 Friday Ark #111 Good planets are hard to find I know, it seems like we just had one, but it's coming up again: a new Tangled Bank on Wednesday, 8 November at Easternblot.net. Send links to science articles to PZ Myers or host@…
Two carnivals under my purview are coming up next week, both on Wednesday, 12 April, so let's get rolling on bringing in exciting links. The Tangled Bank will be held at Discovering Biology in a Digital World, under the care of Sandra Porter. Send links to interesting science writing to her, to me…
Instead of watching the vote swinging back and forth, why not read these fine carnivals? Or perhaps emit random comments? I and the Bird #38 Carnival of Education #97 Friday Ark #117 The next Tangled Bank will be at Salto Sobrius on Wednesday, 20 December—send your links to Martin Rundkvist…
It's Friday! I have no classes today, so this is the day where I desperately struggle to catch up with the backlog; it also happens to be the day we're hosting a party at our house (you're invited: 5:30, my place, across the street from the university; everyone who is anyone will be there). If you…

Just noticed your random quote:

The Bible is the authoritative Word of God and contains all truth. -- Pres. Bill Clinton.

What a doofus.