This collection of links is mainly for my own use. However, you may find some of them useful, interesting or simply entertaining as well. Furthermore, it provides me with an easy way to link to any other current and future online projects.
My official personal page at the Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies
My paper showing a relationship between attractiveness and performance in professional cyclists was covered widely, including the Economist, the New York Times and Outside Online.
Our paper on how maternal effects contribute to male attractiveness in zebra finches was, amongst others, covered by COSMOS science magazine, ScienceDaily, BeobachterNatur (pdf, in German) and Tierwelt (in German).
Sometimes I produce something that may actually be useful to others. Furthermore, more and more journals ask authors to provide code or data as supplementary material. Although this probably is a good development, also R scripts evolve, and things that seemed like a good idea once, may turn out to be slow, buggy or user-unfriendly. I will therefore provide updated versions of R scripts associated with published papers on my own website.
All of this can be found here.
ISI Web of Science
WAMWiki The Wild Animal Modeling Wiki
The Complete Works of Charles Darwin Online
R.A. Fisher Digital Archive
The R Project for Statistical Computing
SAS OnlineDoc 9.1.3
Genepop on the Web
The TalkOrigins Archive, exploring the creation/evolution controversy
Sietse Postma's photography
Ankie Postma's artwork
Swiss news in the Neue Zürcher Zeitung (german)
Dutch news in de Volkskrant (dutch)
Science and religion at Pharyngula
Good coffee at CoffeeSnobs
...and then straight to Bikesnob NYC