Locutus of Dobbs!

Part of my continuing Bob-Dobbs-themed photo-editing series. GiMP was used.

I already posted this on facebook. But I want proof that I designed it first. You know, just in case someone wants to hire me as a graphic designer.

Behold, mortals! Submit your slack applications in triplicate or be assimilated!

Bonus Content! See the world with new eyes!

And so it has come to pass that a new banner has been created. I would be remiss in my duty if I did not tell that, in true subgenius fashion, I wasted almost an entire day at work doing this

The laser bird took the longest (paths, overlays, alpha channels, annoying), but the Obama-Dobbs is my favorite, and so has a place of honor here in the post. All hail the slack master! He robbeth from the rich and keepeth for his own pockets!

Scientia Pro Publica #8

Scientia Pro Publica has a new edition out. One of my articles was accepted, which is totally cool.

This week’s edition was published by John over at A DC Birding Blog. There’s a very good lineup of articles in this edition and I hope that everyone can click on over and check it out.

The next edition is in two weeks, over at Pro-Science. Look for it there, or, if you like, you can submit an article by clicking right here.

Ciao Bella.

Scientia Pro Publica #5

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Just a quick word. My favorite science blog carnival is back with another edition, featuring yours truly. There’s a pretty fantastic lineup of articles this month, so you might want to browse through and see if anything strikes your fancy.

This month it was hosted over at Pro Science, by Kris Wager.

If you would like to submit to this carnival, the next issue is being hosted by Mauka to Makai, and you can submit by writing something amazing and clicking right here.

Scientia Pro Publica: Blog Carnival #4

I’d just like to point any readers to Eric Johnson’s Primate Diaries for the latest in what’s shaping up to be a pretty fantastic blog carnival: Scientia Pro Publica, of which this week’s edition is in memory of the venerated Stephen Jay Gould, who, in my freshman year of college, I was far too immature to appreciate. There’s a lot of really great stuff in this issue and you will really be missing something crucial if you don’t check out this issue’s offerings. One of my articles was featured and I’m a little humbled by it, honestly. So thanks, Eric, who not only shares my name, but a passion for science, and also Grrlscientist for kicking off what looks like it’s going to be a quality publication for some time to come.