Link love: welcome Kim, and 2nd anniversary of Scientiae!

i-f875c0b07d9b3cb6229668554781b35a-alice.jpgI'm excited that Kim Hannula, a geologist from Colorado who guest blogged for us in January and who used to blog at All of My Faults are Stress Related has moved over to Scienceblogs! Welcome Kim, to the Madhouse. :-)

In other news, as ScienceWoman has mentioned, Liberal Arts Lady has crafted a marvelous March Scientiae, which, should be noted, is also the 2nd anniversary of the Carnival. Woo hoo! Thanks, LAL for a great carnival, and the next one will be hosted by Candid Engineer -- the call for posts should be up soon.

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