Laelaps has joined the collective; if you aren’t already familiar with Brian’s prolific and informative musings on things palaeontological (although he probably wouldn’t spell it like that) go and check out his new digs. Palaeontology is almost geology, after all.
Meanwhile, Shelley is one of 20 blogs in the running for a $10,000 blogging scholarship. She has assured me that she won’t spend it all on mimosas (which, after her performance at the Scibling shindig, was a slight concern), so if you, like me, are a fan of her rather nifty neuroscience blog, go and vote for her. If you’re not a fan, go and read it, become one, and then go and vote for her.
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