The Rogue's Gallery talked about possible logical problems when criticizing intelligent design and does a good job of explaining why such criticisms are not illogical. I left a comment tangential to the question the blog post talked about, and then I thought I might as well include it in my own blog since it's a rant that stands by itself:
The Mars Phoenix Lander may have taken its first close-up look at ice on Mars. While it's been known for a while that water exists on Mars, this would be the first time humans have been able to take a close look at actual water on Mars, assuming that it's not just some rock that looks like ice.
The image above is from NASA.
Hearing about the death of a woman due to the failure of her iron lung inspires both sadness and respect. Being forced to live within an iron lung from almost when she was born because of polio, it is awe-inspiring that she still managed to live a fulfilling life despite her almost claustrophobic environment. It is sad that such a woman had to die because of the simultaneous failure of the normal power grid and the emergency generator.
This is really cool: NASA has managed to photograph the image of a spacecraft descending on another planet. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter managed to take a picture of the Mars Phoenix Lander as it was descending with its parachute deployed. While the image is not sharp at all, it's really impressive when I think of what it's showing.