Eric and I are heading off the grid for a week, bravely going where lolcats fear to tread. If you happen to be somewhere in the middle of the Ansel Adams Wilderness next week, you will be able to find us by listening for the kvetching and the naughty sea shanties.
But we leave the Oyster’s Garter with 200% more awesomeness! Two excellent guest bloggers have stepped up to bring you the finest in marine science and geekery:
Jives resides over at the New Blue, where he is Editor and Web Coordinator for the Communications and Marketing Department at the New England Aquarium. Normally a purveyor of the finest in adorable vertebrata, Jives is going to be giving the northwest Atlantic some love, blogging about shark research, the Bay of Fundy, and “something sexy.”
Hao is a fellow graduate student at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. By day, he uses his 133t math skillz to make fish population predictions actually resemble reality. By night, he is a master of geekery from Lucas to Whedon. He’s going to be applying his scientific powers to the Force (or using the Force to apply his scientific powers).
Enjoy! See you all a week from Monday!