Catching up on things
I think that being away from the connected world for three weeks will take more than three weeks to catch up … not sure how that works.
Anyway … this is probably all literally yesterday’s news to you all, but here are a few things from my feed reader and delicious network that caught my eye. This list is quite random and not in any topical, chronological, or any other order:
- February Accretionary Wedge about geologists ultimate list of places/events was hosted by Geotripper
- Ron wants a geology layer on GoogleEarth … I need to read this post
- Great post from Michael Welland about zircons and why they are awesome
- “Depth or Breadth in Science Education” — from NeuraLogica Blog
- Sand dunes in Nature (via Ripples in Sand)
- San Francisco historians condemn 1906 earthquake deniers (via NOVA Geoblog)
- International Commission on Stratigraphy (ICS) site gets a makeover (via stratigraphy.net)
- Taking navel contemplation to new levels
- Some facts and figures to remember when considering non-hydrocarbon energy sources
- Check out Zoltan’s gigapan of the Paine Massif
- The Big Picture — Robots
- Kim is at ScienceBlogs now
It might take me a bit to get back into the swing of blogging … stay tuned.