Yet again, it's January 21st and, yet again, Tetrapod Zoology is another year old. As of today, Tet Zoo has been going for nine years. I've discovered that children (should you produce and raise them) are a good means by which you can plot the swift burning away of your short time on the planet*.
Its January 21st, meaning that, once again, a year has passed and that much-loved internet phenomenon known at Tetrapod Zoology is fully one year older.
Hello, Happy New Year, and welcome to the first Tet Zoo post of 2016. Regular readers will know that January is the month in which I review the previous year’s adventures, and I save these review events to January 21—this being Tet Zoo’s birthday…or anniversary…or blogoversary, or whatever. But January 21, 2016, is an extra-special birthday for Tet Zoo. Why? WHY? Because Tet Zoo is 10 YEARS OLD this month, that’s why
Welcome to the third of the Tet Zoo 10th-birthday articles. Yes, I’m doing a whole month of looking back at 10 years of blogging (part 1 here, part 2 here). In the previous articles we looked back at the various Tet Zoo–relevant things that happened during 2015. This time round we review subject coverage on the blog, an interesting (and frustrating) topic that I always feel warrants annual review. Much of this will make sense—or be somewhat familiar—if you’re a regular reader, or at least if you stop in at Tet Zoo on occasion