The banner

July 26, 2010

Huh, you know what? The original plan was to get started here on ScienceBlogs with a plain banner and then after a few weeks have one of those banner contests so the brilliant and creative readers could come up with something.
Wow, has it been so long? And the first time I changed the banner was for the strike.
Now it is starting to grow on me. What do you think?

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Midsummer Blogrolling

July 26, 2010

Ok, while I’m on housekeeping chores, might as well get this one out of the way. Been a little light on the Latest 24 Hrs channel lately hasn’t it? What with all the people leaving ScienceBlogs and the Strike and all there has not really been the same level of activity around here.
So I have a charge for you. Take a look down the blogroll (appended below), yes even if you are a regular reader. Find a link that is new to you, click over there and find us all something interesting to read. Bring it back over here and drop a link in the comments, eh? Oh, and make a comment on that site about what great stuff you think it is, will ya? (only please, DearReader, do not leave one of those assy comments saying “I came over here from DrugMonkey” because those make my skin crawl.)
If you’ve read every thing on the blogroll and can’t find any blogs you haven’t seen before, well, give me something new for the blogroll!

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A design change

July 26, 2010

I’m anticipating making some design changes for ye old swagge shoppe in the near future. Since it is just the free version of Cafepress I’ll have to take down the old designs to do so.
Thought I’d put out a last call on the old stuff for a week or so. They look like the following.
HoodedSweatshirt.jpgTshirtBlack1.jpg
CapTshirt1.jpgTshirtBack1.jpg
In case you didn’t know, you can also get items related to ScienceBlogs.com, Adventures in Ethics and Science, On Becoming a Domestic and Laboratory Goddess, A Blog Around the Clock, Greg Laden’s Blog and Digital Biology.
The in situ images are after the jump.

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