Deepling emeritus, Miriam Goldstein, is a science rock star. My science crush on her only deepens after watching her completely explode TeX Oslo. Miriam is all…View More How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Garbage Patch
I’ve kept my words short here because I feel like words will always be inadequate. I met Miriam a full 6 months after we had…View More She inspires me and takes my shoe advice
I started blogging in 2007, at my mother’s deathbed. This isn’t the story I usually tell. I usually say that I always liked to write,…View More To take arms against a sea of troubles: my life in blogging, and farewell
I’ve been mostly absent from the internets lately (with the exception of my very favorite procrastination method, Twitter), but I have 250 pages of a…View More Invitation to my doctoral defense
I was interviewed by the NOAA Marine Debris blog! It’s about my work this October on a NOAA cruise through the eastern part of the…View More Interview on the NOAA Marine Debris Blog
Kudos to Chief Scientist Goldstein for the great interview on NPR’s Science Friday with Ira Flatow today. Be sure to listen to the 6 min.…View More SEAPLEX on NPR Science Friday!
I’m really enjoying The Oyster’s Garter these days. Miriam Goldstein keeps me updated with important nature stories like “When sponges ruled the Earth” 635 million…View More She said spawning
Oyster’s Garter brings verse to blue Carnival, sings Ode to sciencey [things].View More Carnival of the Blue (21) Haiku