The 4th Carnival of the Post-docs is up at Minor Revisions, whose author has really excelled herself with an voluminous collection of links – just what I needed to get through a brain-fried post-fieldwork afternoon.
Whilst you’re over there, the host blog itself is well worth a read – and I was intrigued to discover that my link in this post (included in the carnival) directed some (well-deserved) traffic its way. It didn’t occur to me that I had that much power…
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