Fall talks and other new stuff on carlzimmer.com

By Carl Zimmer | July 29, 2009 6:31 pm

A while back my web site was hacked and my archive of stories vanished. After switching servers, I left the site frozen in time while I dealt with more pressing matters. I’ve finally gotten a little stretch of free time to refresh my memory of Dreamweaver, and now the site is back up to date. Along with the archive, you can also find an updated list of past and future talks. I’m starting to make plans for talks about The Tangled Bank and the 15oth anniversary of The Origin of Species this fall, and appearances are now just starting to fall into place. I expect more talks to pop up in the weeks to come, and I will be much more diligent in getting the information online quickly.

CATEGORIZED UNDER: Meta, Talks

Comments (4)

  1. NewEnglandBob

    We just got (late) summer. No talk of fall yet please.

  2. Christina Viering

    Glad you are back!

  3. minusRusty

    Denver in December, huh? Well, if I’ve got my pre-ordered book by then, I guess I’ll stop by and ask (or beg? plead to? pray to?!?) you to sign it! That’d make two. w00t!

    :-)

    -Rusty

    [Carl: I’ll be there ready to sign.]

  4. Christina Viering

    Good luck with your talk!

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Carl Zimmer writes about science regularly for The New York Times and magazines such as DISCOVER, which also hosts his blog, The LoomHe is the author of 12 books, the most recent of which is Science Ink: Tattoos of the Science Obsessed.

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