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Jay Lake
Date: 2007-08-01 19:10
Subject: [links] Dimmy Jean's sause link porkages
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Tags:books, funny, links, mainspring, publishing, tech, weird
Gwar speak, you listen — Or possibly say, "Ummm..."

Bush Administration's intelligence chief acknowledges 'series' of other 'secret surveillance activities'

Bowling invented in ancient Egypt?

Germany an unlikely hot spot for solar power — If they can do it, the Pacific Northwest can do it!

Wyrm Publishing announces hardcover limited edition of Realms

A reader reacts to Mainspring Powell's | Amazon ]

(Thanks to some of the usual suspects.)
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kenrand
User: kenrand
Date: 2007-08-02 03:06 (UTC)
Subject: Dimmy Jean story
Jay, I had a a cracker in my mouth when I read your post; this is being written after I cleaned up the crumbs I splatterd--guffawed, rather--allllll over. So I got this Dimmy Jean story. I was a Saturday morning talk show host (among other tasks) on KWMS in Salt Lake in 1980 and 1981. I booked Dimmy on in my second or third week. Just after our first break, he said: "Gee, you don't seem to have many callers." "Well," I responded, "They're -your- fans." He didn't stay for the second break.
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User: (Anonymous)
Date: 2007-08-02 03:24 (UTC)
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I live in Germany and have solar panels installed on my roof. In summer, these panels generate over 2000 kilowatts per month (in December, it's only 150 kilowatts though). The total energy yield in 2006 was almost 15000 kilowatts altogether. And I'm in the North, where the weather is more cloudy/rainy than usual, and my roof doesn't face in the ideal direction either.

So yes, alternative energy does work.
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User: (Anonymous)
Date: 2007-08-02 03:24 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
I live in Germany and have solar panels installed on my roof. In summer, these panels generate over 2000 kilowatts per month (in December, it's only 150 kilowatts though). The total energy yield in 2006 was almost 15000 kilowatts altogether. And I'm in the North, where the weather is more cloudy/rainy than usual, and my roof doesn't face in the ideal direction either.

So yes, alternative energy does work.

Cora
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sheelangig
User: sheelangig
Date: 2007-08-02 05:23 (UTC)
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The cover art for Realms is lovely.
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