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Jay Lake
Date: 2011-03-14 05:29
Subject: [links] Link salad wakes up slow and cold
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Tags:calendula, conventions, cool, culture, funny, japan, language, links, personal, publishing, reviews, science, stories
Rich Horton says good things about several of my stories in DAW anthologies — Also gives a shout out to [info]calendula_witch.

Announcing Ken Scholes! — Cascade Writers confirms that Ken Scholes is taking over my slot at this summer's workshop. There are still a few registrations open.

Science fiction author begins war of the books worldsStephen Hunt has grown so tired of the marginal status of his chosen genre that he has begun campaigning for equal genre rights. Really. Who reads that Stephen King stuff, anyway? Or J.K. Rowling?

The Ashtray: The Ultimatum (Part 1) — A fascinating article about Thomas Kuhn, among others. (Snurched from [info]susansugarspun.)

How the Internet Tried to Kill Me —This is funny. (Via Dad.)

Archaeologists unearth Neolithic henge at Stonehenge — (Via Emily Siskin.)

Language Log on the history of the word 'tsunami' in English — When I was a kid, I swear we still called them 'tidal waves'.

This photo from Japan is beautiful and heartbreaking — Yes, it is miscaptioned, and it appears to date from a 2006 earthquake. It's still a powerful image.

[info]pecunium with some links to before-and-after images of Japan — (Via [info]lt260.)

[info]cathshaffer is sensible about Japan's current post-tsunami nuclear issues, and the coverage thereof

?otD: Daylight savings time: threat or menace?



3/14/2011
Writing time yesterday: 1.75 hours (2,800 words on Sunspin)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 7.5 hours (solid)
Weight: 253.0
Currently reading: Between books

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Jim Hetley
User: jhetley
Date: 2011-03-14 12:42 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Beyond threat and menace, to clear and present danger.
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silvertwi
User: silvertwi
Date: 2011-03-14 13:47 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
I don't like DST at all. Lucky for me, it's spring break, so I have time to reset my body cycles to an hour earlier. It's a threat to sanity!
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Twilight
User: twilight2000
Date: 2011-03-14 14:51 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
"When I was a kid, I swear we still called them 'tidal waves'." *snerk* - in the "Get off my lawn you kids" file, me too.
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mlerules: Saucy Dom
User: mlerules
Date: 2011-03-14 15:21 (UTC)
Subject: Qx o' Day
Keyword:Saucy Dom
Neither.
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User: mmegaera
Date: 2011-03-14 22:48 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Keyword:beach
AotD: Absolutely necessary (otherwise it would get light at four in the morning in June or not till after nine in the morning in December, both of which are Wrong)
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emmainfiniti
User: emmainfiniti
Date: 2011-03-15 11:39 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
AotD:It is a good time to start anew.
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alumiere
User: alumiere
Date: 2011-03-16 21:55 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
DST? I'd like to spring forward and stay there. It doesn't make sense to me; why do we fall back so dawn is starting at 4 or 5 am and it's dark before most kids get home from school? Spring-summer-fall feel right; winter fucks with my body clock seriously to try and adjust, and I'd really rather not.

As best I could this winter, I followed greygirlbeast's CaST (ie: stay on Daylight Savings Time) and ignored the fall back. It seems to help a bit.
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