Can we talk for a minute about how much I LOVE today’s Nelly Bly Google Doodle? (Jinxe, if you haven’t seen it yet, hie thyself hence!) If you don’t know what I’m talking about, details below the cut. If you know how to get the doodle itself to paste here, please tell me. »
After years I decided to watch the 1986 Transformers movie, and for all that is holy is that thing dark. »
So leave it to Once Upon a Time to get started on the holiday a week early with a look at various mother/daughter relationships. First, a quick recap for last week: Emma tracked down her old friend Lilly (Maleficent’s daughter) to find Lilly had known for years the truth about Storybrooke (thanks to the Apprentice)… »
EdX is a great place where you can take some fun, free classes about different subjects with some pretty smart people. One of these courses, that starts tomorrow, is this course from the Smithsonian where you can learn about superheroes.
This is the second or third time this has happened to me, now. I make a post, and instead of my reply showing up, my avatar and name are attached to some random grey post (which was not in the original thread) that I certainly did NOT make. »
Are we back on the air? Hello? Excellent. Hi, I’m Smeagol, and welcome to ThursdayTales.
Special thanks to Pitchblende for taking the conn last week while I had to attend to an emergency.
So it’s May 4th, folks going wild for Star Wars and I find the perfect way to pay tribute is with the greatest character of the EU and a being who nails more about life, the universe and the human condition than anyone else in this galaxy: »
This is the first of a multi-part series on Peer Review. We’re starting right at the beginning, delving into its very origins, and finding out how it came to truly dominate the scientific discourse. »
And just when you think you’ve won this battle, life bites you in the ass. Literally in this case. Watch it till the end. »