- 1 January—Happy New Year! Link.
- 3 February—Regular readers of Denim and Tweed know that I'm fascinated by the evolution of species interactions: interactions between plants and nitrogen-fixing bacteria, Joshua trees and yucca moths, parasitoid wasps and butterflies, and between ants and the trees they guard. Link.
- 4 March—Field Season phase I, in which I play tour guide for my parents through the sights of the California and Nevada desert, is now complete. Link.
- 9 April—Getting serious mileage out of the new camera! Link.
- 1 May—Here's a great American, fretting about immigrants: Link.
- 2 June—I celebrated the Memorial Day weekend by, among other things, not getting around to writing the final installment of the Big Four series, which was scheduled for sometime this week. Link.
- 2 July—Between the all-day conferencing of Evolution 2010 and the fact that car trouble stranded me in Kennewick, Washington, almost exactly halfway between Portland and Moscow, I haven't done enough online reading to justify my usual end-of the week roundup. Link.
- 3 August—For all living things, information is critical to survival. Link.
- 1 September—The cover article for last week's issue of Nature promised to be the last word in a long-running scientific argument over the evolution of cooperation—but it really just rejiggers the terms of the debate. Link.
- 1 October—Okay, I think I have things back under control. Link.
- 1 sNovember—Scicurious has officially posted her epic compilation of recipes by and for graduate students, i.e., compiled with budget and preparation time in mind. Link.
- 2 December—Security expert Bruce Schneier thinks that we should close the Washington Monument. Link.
08 December 2010
Twelve months of Denim and Tweed
Following DrugMonkey's example, here's the first sentence of the first D&T post in each month of 2010: