I seem to add more and more interesting blogs to my reader. If I don't have time, I mark it to read later and try to get back to it to read it or let it go (a good skill to have, I'm finding). Of course, the new entries just keep coming. So I've decided to dump some links here in the blog to have a record for myself as much as anyone of stuff that I have found interesting and did get back to, or want to get back to.
Study on weight loss and aging (a life well-lived seems to matter)
Person joins a new bartering club
Latest Carl Zimmer post, on viruses
Geeky Christmas gifts
Geeky Christmas gift books for kids
Art from coffee lids and stirrers. I got to this, but it's worth sharing.
Ravens seem to communicate with gestures - a non-birdy thing to do
20 things you may not know about the periodic table
Science books for grownups
TED interview for this talk. A la "Dance your PhD"
Argentine ants. This blog has amazing photography.
Kids' interests are their own
Amazing study on how moss acts as old growth forest in recording environmental events
TED interview with Adam Savage (Mythbuster) on inspiring kids with science
Geeky games (more Christmas stuff)