Jay Lake (jaylake) wrote,
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[links] Link salad for a Wednesday

specficrider and I have another article up at IROSF

A rather nice photo of the_child and the Niece — Courtesy of lillypond.

Biblical Text-Writing May Have Poisoned MonksName of the Rose anyone?

Lost Beatles interview recovered

The joys of research — Sometimes you find the crazy, sometimes the crazy finds you. I turned up this Web site on the mystical and numerological significance of Washington, D.C.’s street layout while reseaching details for “In the Forests of the Night,” my current WIP.

Gold Pill makes your poop glitter for $425 — Mmm…shiny. (Thanks to danjite.)

Astronomers on verge of finding Earth’s twin — A remarkably misleading headline to an interesting story. (Thanks to lt260.)

Unwrapping the chocolate genome — As lt260 says, global warming or no global warming, we shall have chocolate. (Thanks to lt260.)

For the sake of the girl with the beautiful swing — Garrison Keillor on the Bush legacy. (Thanks to my Aunt M.)

Citing Need for Assessments, U.S. Freezes Solar Energy Projects — Drilling in ANWR? You bet! Solar energy plants in the desert? Environmental catastrophe! Your Bush administration energy policy at work. (Thanks to danjite.)

Time in saddle: 0 minutes (still recovering from surgery)
Last night’s weigh-out: n/a
This morning’s weigh-in: 254.8
Currently reading: n/a

The Alchemy of Stone by Ekaterina Sedia Amazon ]

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