Archive for April, 2010

The Giant’s Shoulders #22 is up!

April 16, 2010

The Giant’s Shoulders #22 is up over at The Lay Scientist!  Thanks to Martin for assembling it!

The next edition is something of a special one: it will be hosted by Kevin Zelnio over at Deep Sea News, and will be a special “oceans edition” of the carnival, dubbed “The Leviathan’s Shoulders“!  All ordinary entries will still be accepted, but bloggers are encouraged to submit posts on the history of science that deal specifically with oceans and ocean life!  (I’ve already got my entry planned.) Entries can be submitted through or directly to the host blog, as usual.

We’re contemplating a number of special editions for TGS over the next year, though their existence will depend largely on the turnout of the first one — let’s make it a truly big “Leviathan”!


A quick note…

April 9, 2010

Thanks to all who volunteered to host in the near future!  I’ve been occupied with real-space activities, but will put together the schedule in the next few days — expect that you’ll be hosting on the months you requested!

10 days until The Giant’s Shoulders #22!

April 5, 2010

This is your monthly reminder that there’s 10 days left until the deadline for The Giant’s Shoulders #22!  It will be hosted by The Lay Scientist.  Entries can be submitted through or directly to the host blog, as usual!

Let me follow up again by saying we still desperately need hosts to fill in over the next few months; if you’re interested in hosting, please leave a comment or send me an email.  You don’t have to be a historian of science to host — just someone with a passion for science and its roots.

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