Good morning, folks! It’s been a busy week, and I’m not honestly sure where the time has gone. Ah well.
I did at least get an Amazon voucher from the bunnies this week, so I’ve indulged in some ebooks — and I got a couple of new releases, too.
Thank you, bunnies!
Finished reading this week:
Reviews posted this week:
–The Aztecs, by Richard F. Townsend. Actually managed to make the Aztecs boring, though I imagine it’s a good scholarly resource. 2/5 stars
–The Piltdown Forgery, by J.S. Weiner. A fascinating study, though it pulls back at the last minute to avoid incriminating the obvious culprit. 3/5 stars
–WWW Wednesday. The weekly update on what’s been on my reading plate!
Out and about:
–NEAT science: ‘What is a gene drive?‘ I respond to a question about a genetic engineering technique that may help us eliminate malaria and other pests and diseases.
So that’s this week! How’s everyone else doing?