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Recently I’ve very happily contributed to a new book by Brian Switek called My Beloved Brontosaurus: On the Road with Old Bones, New Science, and Our Favorite Dinosaurs.
Brian is the author of the critically acclaimed Written in Stone: Evolution, the Fossil Record, and Our Place in Nature. He’s a regular online columnist for Smithsonian and Wired, has written for Scientific American, Nature, The Wall Street Journal, and The Guardian, and from my dealings with him seems like a really nice guy.
It really does sound like a great read and I’m chuffed to be a part of it so head over to Amazon and check it out – My Beloved Brontosaurus.
Whoa, so my last post was BEFORE Game of Thrones! Tsk tsk – so very slack. Anyways, I’m back! (until I slack off again of course). Oh, and if you’re experiencing Higgsteria, you can get this on a shirt here.
…according to the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics, that is. Anyway, I think it’s time to lift the lid and see if it’s actually alive. I miss doing it! As always, time is the key, but I do have a little more of it these days so let’s see how I go.
PS – Oh and I’d also like to hijack this auspicious occasion to plug a bunch of new t-shirts I’ve been working on over at Neatorama.com, including this one and some Star Wars themed ones.