Food for Thought“For in the true nature of things, if we rightly consider, every green tree is far more glorious than if it were made of gold and silver.
Category Archives: Blogospheria
New package! Same great taste! Dear Friends, Faithful Readers, Passers-By, and Google search-bots, I’m back. In the saddle again, so to speak, after a few months of what I shall refer to as a sabbatical. I would like to say … Continue reading
One of these days I really have to write another real post, instead of sending out hat tips to other sites (as important as that is), rehashing my own posts under different cover, and other sleight-of-hand. But for the moment, … Continue reading
Thanks to Ava at the Reef Tank web site for republishing the Natural Patriot’s post on “Approaching the Ultimate Limits“. You can find it here. For those of you interested in marine biology generally, and tropical aquaria in particular, there … Continue reading
. . . is up at Cephalopodcast — this month’s round-up of blue bloggers (meaning ocean-themed, as opposed to morose and crooning about lost love or some such ill).
Not blogging obviously. Eek, it’s been a scandalously long time. In fact I should probably begin today with an explicit announcement that the Natural Patriot is not dead yet (“I don’t want to go on the cart!” — free virtual … Continue reading
It’s a thrill to host this week’s Carnival of the Green — and especially fitting as the world is beginning to turn green again here in my neck o’ the woods in the temperate zone of the northern hemisphere. Last … Continue reading
Carnivals, that is. The latest incarnations are now online. Blue at the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Sea Notes blog. And, on a related note, oceanophiles may also enjoy checking out Rick MacPherson’s links to various marine-themed blogs he likes here . … Continue reading
Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? After years — decades even — of resentful servitude to the Bill Gates colossus, after years of barely suppressed ridicule from my spouse who has been a Mac user from … Continue reading
“The written word is weak. Many people prefer life to it.” Annie Dillard That’s my excuse. I’ve been living life, rather than recording it. Ye gods, it’s been over a month. And here’s my little secret: It feels great! I’ve … Continue reading