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10th Aug 2005, 15:07   | tags:,

nice selection steve, whats going on thoug, you having a clearout?

10th Aug 2005, 15:08

Joe says:

heh you have the selfish gene, I've got that as well :)

10th Aug 2005, 15:09

kostika says:

I spy a Grimwood book. :o)

10th Aug 2005, 15:10

Steve says:

I enjoyed the Selfish Gene, and I believe a fair ammount ot it. but I got part way through and thought, "Well yeah, thats obvious!" I thought everyone knew this stuff!

10th Aug 2005, 15:10

Steve says:

No clearout, never! There my babies

10th Aug 2005, 15:11

good! people shouldnt throw away books. just pass them on if they have to!!

10th Aug 2005, 15:12

Steve says:

Grimwood?

10th Aug 2005, 15:13

kostika says:

The blue and green book. Looks like the spine of a Jon Courtney Grimwood book.

10th Aug 2005, 15:15

Steve says:

Just checked, yes your right, "reMix" Not read it in a while, but I think I enjoyed it, nice retake on history

10th Aug 2005, 15:19

Joe says:

well mine is here
severe lack of comics though

10th Aug 2005, 15:19

Dhamaka says:

Shelf after my own heart - Is that an M M Smith book too? But I see nothing by the Father of Cyberpunk...

10th Aug 2005, 15:20

kostika says:

Steve you need to read the rest in the series. There's no much more to it!

10th Aug 2005, 15:20

Dhamaka says:

Kostikas right Steve, and you said you dont have much work this month...

10th Aug 2005, 15:24

Steve says:

I have a big pile of things to read bought in preperation for this dark time, even got books to listen too.

10th Aug 2005, 15:26

Steve says:

Father of Cyber punk...... and who might that be?

10th Aug 2005, 15:27

kostika says:

Your mission, should you choose to accept it (and you'd better), is to read the rest of that series. Then to read all the rest of Grimwood's books. Especialy the most recent one.

10th Aug 2005, 15:28

Dhamaka says:

That was how I finally got thru Lord of the Rings, great story but couldnt read it. Took me 2 years of ironing while living in Den Haag to get thru the unabridged version. Now if I have a problem going to sleep I listen to Prachett

10th Aug 2005, 15:28

kostika says:

I would guess Dhamaka is refering to Gibson.

10th Aug 2005, 15:29

Dhamaka says:

yep..

10th Aug 2005, 15:29

Steve says:

Thats how I managed 1984, tried a couple of times and it was too dry, listening was much easier.

I will keep my eyes open for the rest of Grimwood, I promise

10th Aug 2005, 15:30

Steve says:

Not read any Gibson, I shall look for that too,

Just listened to Snowcrash, which was quite Cyberish

10th Aug 2005, 15:32

Dhamaka says:

And Jeff Noon? and Michael Marshal Smith?

10th Aug 2005, 15:32

Steve says:

I have a life time, let them join the queue

10th Aug 2005, 15:33

Dhamaka says:

*hand smarts from slap*

10th Aug 2005, 15:34

Steve says:

ok they can jump up the line a touch

10th Aug 2005, 15:35

Dhamaka says:

*grins* thx. Gotta go - that life is callin´´

10th Aug 2005, 15:36

Steve says:

you mean out there..........

10th Aug 2005, 15:37

Dhamaka says:

*rushes back*... yes...

10th Aug 2005, 16:07

Steve says:

How was it..... where there..... People?

10th Aug 2005, 16:09

kostika says:

There are...people out there?

10th Aug 2005, 16:10

Steve says:

I see them some times from my window.....

10th Aug 2005, 16:13

Dhamaka says:

no rest for the wicked..eh... Done all my interviews now and Ive only got to take photos tomorrow... Unless I get an idea for another story...

10th Aug 2005, 21:03

Joe says:

I saw some people today, they where communicating through a serious of noises rather than typing stuff to each other...it was most strange.

10th Aug 2005, 21:06

Steve says:

Stay away...... they are odd

10th Aug 2005, 22:28

Dhamaka says:

If I had my way Id get everyone I met in RL to communicate with me in VR too. I must get out more..

10th Aug 2005, 22:34

Steve says:

I think you maybe right...... on the getting out more front

10th Aug 2005, 22:35

Dhamaka says:

but I like my laptop

10th Aug 2005, 22:37

Steve says:

I love mine too, When I split up from my lover I bought a Laptop..... sad but I love it none the less

10th Aug 2005, 22:39

Dhamaka says:

I was thrilled when I got the opportunity to get this one. It's not that flash but has everything I want (apart from the ability to do my washing up). Having said that, the next one I get will be lighter - to save my back -

10th Aug 2005, 22:43

Steve says:

Oh life can be so cruel

10th Aug 2005, 22:44

Dhamaka says:

*happily imagining what other household tasks might be performed by next generation laptops*

10th Aug 2005, 22:46

Steve says:

Perv! :)

10th Aug 2005, 22:47

Dhamaka says:

*grins*

10th Aug 2005, 22:47

Helen says:

Kettle, pot...

10th Aug 2005, 22:48

Steve says:

I am like the driven snow.....

10th Aug 2005, 22:49

Helen says:

And I'm Kate Moss.

10th Aug 2005, 22:49

Steve says:

Thats a shame, cause I thought you where a real lady

10th Aug 2005, 22:52

Dhamaka says:

Hi there Kate!

Ive always wondered if that meant snow that was driven from the sky by wind in great big white drifts or snow that was driven in and made all mushy... It would make a big difference

10th Aug 2005, 22:52

Helen says:

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

10th Aug 2005, 22:52

Steve says:

Probably mushy

10th Aug 2005, 22:53

Steve says:

Like a hot noise?

10th Aug 2005, 22:53

Dhamaka says:

hum..

better go soon and do the washing up

10th Aug 2005, 22:54

Joe says:

something tells me your conversational prowess is somewhat better than said stick like supermodel Helen.

the next generation of laptops will of course negate the need for washing up, by providing sustenance directly to your brain.

10th Aug 2005, 22:56

Helen says:

Make the laptop do it.

10th Aug 2005, 22:56

Steve says:

That sounds good to me

10th Aug 2005, 22:57

Dhamaka says:

So long as it doesnt make me stop having fun. nite all

10th Aug 2005, 23:02