I've not been writing very much about my PhD here lately.
The reason? Fear of being scooped.
Which is a little bit hilarious, because on the one hand I suffer from imposter syndrome, but on the other hand I must think my ideas are *so* brilliant that they would be stolen the minute they're posted online.
After attending the 14th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology & Systematics (CAVEPS) last week, and talking to a few people who said my blog was more about research techniques and technology than actual palaeo research, it's time to mend my ways. Even if it means my ah-mah-zing ideas are up for grabs, it's better to practice pitching them and getting some feedback. And it'll be a hell of a lot more interesting for you, dear reader.
So, it's time for more palaeontology, more taphonomy, more dinosaurs!