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Firstly.... needless to say (I hope), the recent worm virus sent to this list 
under my name was a surprise to me. The email was apparently 
distributed last Friday (I did not send any messages to DML that day). 
The message appeared in my inbox titled as 'SOS' and with 'admin' as 
the sender - I would have had no idea that my address was used had 
other people not told me. It had an attachment. I have just completed a 
file search of the PC I am currently using and 0 files are infected. 

Apologies for any inconveniences, though seeing as I do all my 
emailing from UOP computers I would have thought that their 
antivirus software would have dealt with this.

Moving on, BBC1 in the UK will be screening their documentary on 
_Archaeoraptor_ (part of the Horizon science series) this Thursday 
evening. I gather they will be presenting it as a sort of detective tale, 
though whether things will be distorted and oversimplified (as with 
their recent effort on _Orrorin_ and its implications for hominid 
evolution) remains to be seen. As usual I gave them lots of info, but 
will not be credited for it.

Darren Naish
School of Earth & Environmental Sciences
University of Portsmouth
Burnaby Building
Burnaby Road                           email: darren.naish@port.ac.uk
Portsmouth UK                          tel: 023 92846045                   
PO1 3QL                                www.palaeobiology.co.uk