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Jay Lake
Date: 2011-07-18 05:01
Subject: [links] Link salad gets ready to vanish down the medical rathole
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Tags:books, child, china, cool, green, links, personal, photos, politics, reviews, science, weird
A review of Green — Definitely not with the liking. And once again, a reviewer has reviewed the dedication, which still seems odd to me.

A nice photo of me and [info]the_child

First Demonstration of Time Cloaking — This story makes my head hurt. In a good way. (Thanks to [info]danjite.)

Editing the Genetic Code of Living BacteriaA new method for making genomewide changes to organisms could lead to better ways of producing useful new drugs and chemicals.

Earth's original heat store still burning strongs

The Internet of Things — There are almost twenty Internet-enabled devices in my household. So, um, yeah. (Thanks to David Goldman.)

China's New Parochialism

Bachmann on debt ceiling: Up is down, black is white — In case you were under the delusion that Bachmann is, you know, rational.

Poll: 71% shun GOP handling of debt crisis — Nice to see that for once the public is correctly identifying the source of the problem. Given that the GOP is now turning down more than they were asking for a year ago in the deficit proposals (and given that whole problem is political theatre anyway), they've pretty much jumped the shark.Again. Permanent Majority, anyone?

Spinning the News of the World Scandal at Fox News — Your liberal media. They distort, you deride.

?otD: Got any cutting remarks?



7/18/2011
Writing time yesterday: 3.5 hours (Sunspin, short fiction, WRPA)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 6.0 hours (solid), plus airplane napping yesterday
Weight: 234.6 (!)
Currently reading: Objects of Worship by Claude Lalumière

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Amanda
User: cissa
Date: 2011-07-21 00:29 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
I have not read "Green". But given what you and others have said about the content, saying it's your daughter's story does seem at least somewhat skeevy to me. I expect that's not how you meant it- but- euww.
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