Not seeing any new posts? I'm at Scientific American Blogs!

If you didn't catch the message, this blog has moved!

You can find The Thoughtful Animal over at the new Scientific American Blogging Network!

Please remember to add or change the link to my blog in your blogrolls. The new URL is:
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/thoughtful-animal/

If you use an RSS reader, such as Google Reader, the new feed is: http://rss.sciam.com/thoughtful-animal/feed/

More like this

After nearly a year on the road I'm pleased to announce that The Primate Diaries now has a permanent home at the new Scientific American blog network. I would like to thank everyone who supported my work here and during my "exile." I look forward to the continuing conversation at my new home.Please…
Though you see it cheaply plastered across postcards and knick-knacks, aloha is a very deep and meaningful word in Hawaiian. Its exact origin is somewhat up for debate, though etymologists have said it comes from alo, which means sharing or present, oha meaning joy or affection, and ha, meaning…
Check it out: Scienceblogging.org. On twitter too! Thanks to Dave Munger, Bora Zivkovic and Anton Zuiker for coming up with what we've all been waiting for -- a way to keep track of all the new science blogging networks that have been sprouting up everywhere lately. From Bora's Drumroll, please!…
There's a thread on twitter, started by "@JacquelynGill" noting "The Day After Tomorrow", "@ClimateOfGavin" replying that "it was that movie and lame sci community response that prompted me to start blogging", and continuing "Spring 2004 was pre-RC, Scienceblogs, etc. Deltoid was around, Stoat, @…