I hope you all are safe, well, and that your loved ones are cared for. I’m not positioned to give you a brilliant or witty post, but did want to share some reads.
The race to put thousands of miles of English walking trails back on the map
A new funding opportunity from NSF: PurSUiT (Poorly Sampled and Unknown Taxa)
We need to talk about Zadie Smith: Why an entire generation quit writing
The invisible labor calculator
A resource guide for transitioning your class online
The accusations were lies. But could we prove it?
And three pandemic reads that I think are really good:
How the coronavirus became an American catastrophe
The doctor who helped defeat smallpox explains what’s coming
How to science in a pandemic, from Gina Baucom and her lab
Oh, and definitely not least: Stephen Heard’s new book is now out! “Charles Darwin’s Barnacle and David Bowie’s Spider: How Scientific Names Celebrate Adventurers, Heroes, and Even a Few Scoundrels” (amazon|indiebound) My copy has still yet to arrive! This definitely looks fun.