Time is a finite resource.

It’s that time of the year - first set of papers to be graded. That, coupled with our job search and some other things means I’m not going to be able to post anything over the next seven to ten days.

So there’ll be no "Monday Mustelid" or "Today in Science" for a while. Just warning ya!

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