After Hurricane Joaquin threatened to cause chaos on the East Coast in October, my travel plans changed so that DC was only a pit stop for me to catch a bus down to Atlanta, having just left New York. 802 more words
What to do in London when it’s Rainy
Ok guys so as you can probably tell we are getting a little soggier than usual, umbrellas are sporadically bought in places like Boots and well to be quite frank they are being left on public transport, restaurants, cloakrooms unintentionally. 439 more words
Over the next few days, 32,000 subscribers to programming at the National Arts Centre will be getting a letter from Peter Herrndorf.
The savvy NAC CEO knows that if the centre is not open and up front about what will confront patrons, he risks a backlash. 1,443 more words
If you’re an entomologist, then you’ve probably heard the acronym “iDigBio” being used here and there, but what the heck does it stand for?
Turns out it’s something quite neat and very relevant to entomologists everywhere: iDigBio = Integrated Digitized Biocollections, and it is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). 154 more words
Now it’s time to talk about all the other stuff we did/ridiculous fried stuff we ate during our few days in Texas. (Translation: This is just an excuse for me to bitch about the Texas State Fair.) I apologise for two posts in a row that are mostly angry rants, but I do love to complain, so this is what you get. 1,810 more words