Monthly Archives: May 2003

30,000 feet with a cold sandwich

AirlineMeals.net has all the dirt on airline food. Actually, it’s quite informative. (And I never really have had a problem with airline food).

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One branch flapping

Today’s koan: If Helen Keller trips on a root and falls in a forest, does she make a sound? If the universe is a hunk of code, is its declaration void main() { … } or int main(int argc, char … Continue reading

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Lizards and Jesus

Bhagdad is overflown by sight-seers looking at the lizards. Mars snake queens. Space bicycles. More lizards landing at the WTC. Mouse men. Lots of things hiding behind comets. I’m pretty sure that Jesus is in there somewhere, too, fresh off … Continue reading

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Forward

Scientist and science fiction writer Robert Forward’s sadly incomplete autobiography. (Via Ansible). (FFFY has nothing to do with FYYFF, by the way…).

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