Here's where all the magic happens

By Ed Yong | May 23, 2012 10:11 am

And by magic, I mean mixed metaphors, endless hours on Twitter, and tears.

The Open Notebook has a series called Natural Habitat, which looks at the space in which science writers work. I, perhaps foolishly, agreed to take part in it. You can find the resulting video and photos here, featuring the local pub, treelancing (TM), and a cuddly giant squid.

 

 

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  1. Turns out I have one thing in common with you that I didn’t know about … in that my stuffed toys also include a monkey and a cephalopod. The monkey is called Popeye (for reasons evident if you see his party trick), the octopus is called Buncho, and my third is an elephant called Hamrose. None of them can read.

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