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Xenobiology begins at home.

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25th Feb 2010, 01:04   comments (1)

New York

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Looking forward to this.

Posted by Caine

Wireless by Charles Stross

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Mind-blowing as usual. However, Palimpsest is one of the most amazing stories I've read in a while. Beautiful and lyrical in places it really stays with you :-)

Posted by Euphro

17th Feb 2010, 22:05   comments (2)

the book of genesis illustrated

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for more info on robert crumb's the book of genesis illustrated, see my moblog.

Posted by billion

Latest Stack

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Thief of Time by Terry Pratchett
The Salmon of Doubt by Douglas Adams
Field Guide to Birds of North America by Roger Tory Peterson
Hannibal Rising by Thomas Harris
The Reapers by John Connolly
Invasive Procedures by Orson Scott Card and Aaron Johnston
The Fifth Vial by Michael Palmer
Crime Beat by Michael Connelly
The Lincoln Lawyer by Michael Connelly

Posted by Caine

18th Jan 2010, 01:32   comments (6)

Shakespeare's INSULTS, educating your wit

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Not only do I have flu so every thing aches I also have trapped nerves in my spine so don't upset me because I'm here putting the world to rights,

Intro - people need insults. Most people behave so abominably they cry out for abuse. Charity moves us to meet this need. Abuse is a form of attention, and a little accommodating attention makes anyone feel human again. (wayne f hill)

Part 1 name calling
Part 2 the plays
Part 3 ready insults for particular occasions

Posted by Earthlad

Hacking Matter

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I found the wand (petrified chicken bone, nylon, horsefeather core, moderately flexible, 12 inches -- someone must have been compensating for some other lack) out on my walk this evening. The books were gifts from adricnet.


Posted by Laszlo Q. V. St-J. Xalieri

11th Jan 2010, 04:45   comments (6)


My latest box of books. I'll add reviews after I've read.

Posted by Caine