Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: Book Authors
- Somehow I doubt "FINAL REPORT: Semi-Automated Mathematics: A Study in
Man Machine Interaction" from 1970, a DARPA project done for the Air
Force's Cambridge Research Lab qualifies.
However, it did help convince the local draft board that I should stay
a civilian. <smile>
On 4/28/05, Ed Speer <ed@...> wrote:
> Good point Rosaleen, authors are authors, no matter what they publish. So
> yes, magazine, newspaper or journal authors should be honored as well as
> book authors. Send it in and I will add it to the list in each Hammock
> Camping Newsletter. My suspension is that many of our List members are
> published-here's a chance to honor them all...Ed
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Shane Steinkamp" <shane@t...> wrote:
> > No, it is true, self-avowed. In fact, I am often found wearing aGeez, the paralels are spooky...I'm a SE by trade too...wierd, is one of us the doppleganger
> > t-shirt with "linux geek" printed across the front.
> I've got a shirt that says 'One by one the Penguins eat my brain.'
> I'm a software engineer by trade...so...
for the other? Sleep on that one tonight...if you can.
> > Actually, I prefer "Renaissance Man" personally. My interestsI think this guy beat you to that title: http://media.funny.co.uk/files/2709.jpg
> > are wide and varied.
> I like Renaissance Man too.
> I tried to get the 'Destroyer of Worlds' gig, but that was taken.