I am still feeling a bit wiped out from a nasty stomach bug I had over the weekend, and thus haven't had any time or energy to come up with a post for today. I have been trying to catch up with what I missed when I was (mostly) away from the computer, and have added a few new posts to last week's roundup of links relating to the brouhaha in paleoart right now.
For those of you interested in learning more about skeletal diagrams and how they've evolved since the early days of paleontology, I highly recommend Scott Hartman's new blog. He's currently in the midst of a series about the history of their usage, providing valuable context for that aspect of the discussion. Parts One and Two are posted, and the next post promises to bring us to the modern era. Good stuff!