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All that you touch, and all that you see, all that you taste, all you feel.
And all that you love, and all that you hate, all you distrust, all that you save.
And all that you give, and all that you deal, and all that you buy, beg, borrow or steal.
And all you create, and all you destroy, and all that you do, and all that you say.
All that you eat, and everyone you meet, and all that you slight, and everyone you fight.
And all that is now, and all that is gone, and all that's to come,
and everything under the Sun is in tune
but the Sun is eclipsed by the Moon.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Linkee-poo knows some who wander are lost

A Short Packed cartoon that somewhat explains what Jim Hines (and John Scalzi) is doing with with his "pose for fundraising" thing.

Just so you know the "ebook vs dead-tree book" debate isn't just being waged in writer/publisher circles. It's also something us designers discuss (with a slightly different focus).

Seven strange evolutionary experiments in prehistoric versions of modern day animals. Intelligent creator my Aunt Fanny. One of the things the Cracked writers miss is that evolution is not a "forward" process. And for those appearances to grow to the point they did they must have either provided an advantage or at least have not been disadvantageous. (Grokked from Tor.com)

Some people don't quite understand the trade off of "gated" communities. In the wake of Sandy, some private communities realize that they can't "do it all themselves." Strange that. Here's the thing, if you have private streets, private police, private sewers, then really, no you shouldn't get government rebuilding funds. That was the decision you made when you went into the gated community and made all those things private. That's the price of not allowing community access. Sucks sometimes, doesn't it. Understand my disdain is only for those "private" gated communities and not for those area associations. (Grokked from Jay Lake)

What happens when you keep cutting and cutting? Your infrastructure collapses from neglect. And the the bill to repair it is much, much higher than maintenance would have been. Trust me. It is far cheaper to resurface a road than to replace collapsing base because of water infiltration from a damaged road surface.

The Fore, Laughing Death, and mortuary practices. Obsetenly about the retirement of Dr. Michael Alpers, but a lot on his research in Papua New Guinea. (Grokked from Jay Lake)

A bus that uses the Tesla effect to charge as it goes. Well, actually, while it makes a stop. (Grokked from Matt Staggs)

Alligator Quotient: Are they on meth?

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