For the past several months I've been working on a television show for The Weather Channel. Hacking the Planet is the brainchild of my friend John Rennie, former editor in chief of Scientific American , and it features me and Cara Santa Maria, senior science correspondent for The Huffington Post ...
I've been a freelancer for over 20 years. It's not quite accurate to say there aren't benefits. There are; they just don't include health care and employer-matched IRAs.
Today, of course, is Charles Darwin's birthday. What a guy! He would've been 204 years old. It's sad when they're taken from us so young. Hopefully, by now, you've heard that Abraham Lincoln was born the same day - in the same year, 1809!...
Hello! Come in! Have a seat by the fire. Ooh, not so close! That's better.Let me tell you a bit about myself...Unlike many of the bloggers here, I am not a doctor.
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