Gossamer Tapestry

Reflections on conservation, butterflies, and ecology in the nation's heartland

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Media Madness (Gay Edition)

Woohoo, I've been profiled in the Windy City Times. It's part of their Earth Day coverage. It's an honor to be sharing the spotlight with Deb Shore, who is both someone who is doing really important work, and a personal friend.

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At 09:54, Blogger Ur-spo said...

Have you been in the WCT before? I think there was a personal ad in the back.....

At 15:48, Blogger Celeste said...

Doug I think Ur-spo is on to you!!! ;)

At 20:11, Anonymous Mark H said...

DOUG - THAT was MORE than a mere profile...that was tremendoug bio work, and well said. I went into the links....and found you're having a Butterfly Ball. Are you feeding them BUG SOUP? ARE WE invited?

I loved reading the bios.....Ms. Shore seems like she'd be a great friend to have.

At 18:51, Blogger rodger said...

Nice coverage! Too bad they didn't bother to proofread the article first. I love that you studied nolecular biology. Is that by any chance related to craniometry?

At 19:48, Blogger cedrorum said...

Seems you are getting famous up there.

At 10:07, Blogger Dave Coulter said...

Way to go! I think I saw your name recently in the Sun Times too?

At 07:12, Blogger Doug Taron said...

Spo- Mine was in the trade ads section, not the regular personals.

Celeste- I've got that whole secret life thing going on. Don't tell anyone else in the department.

Mark- I don't think the society ladies from Chicago would appreciate bug soup. I've posted pictures from the Butterfly Ball before- generally they're photos of Leon and I in our tuxes. Deb Shore is awesome, I'm so proud to have her as a friend.

Rodger- given how my DNA work is going at the moment, I'm beginning to think that I DID study nolecular biology.

cedrorum- I have a good agent.

Dave- Yeah, that was a pretty good article. I can only do so much media madness in one week.


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