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  • In a message dated 12/10/2002 8:24:21 AM Eastern Standard Time, dianejoy@^$1 writes: > I find that it's much harder to let go of the book once I have it in my > hand. Therefore, I am much more likely to buy it, rather than looking at a > pic of it at an online bookstore. Of course, if it's a title I've been > looking for (such as that last Daniel Hood title I haven't been able to...
    ERATRIANO@aol.com Dec 10, 2002
  • That is too bad. I saw the same notice in my old mail recently, and had meant to check it out. So it wasn't really a member reference? BTW I am in the process of converting to earthlink. I notified yahoogroups on the official page but it hadn't caught up yet last I checked. IN Case anyone wants my new and correct address it will be on future posts but anyway it's lizziewriter@^$1...
    ERATRIANO@aol.com Dec 7, 2002
  • No, no, you want homemade. Heaps of work (my mom learned from the little old lady next door, and I dread trying to learn) but maybe available in a swap or at a holiday bake sale... Lizzie [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    ERATRIANO@aol.com Dec 6, 2002
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  • I am always so behind in my reading. There was an update sheet in a recent Contact Bulletin. For those who are interested in lesser used languages, here is the website for the European Bureau for Lesser Used Languages: www.eblul.org ttfn Lizzie [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    ERATRIANO@aol.com Dec 6, 2002
  • In a message dated 12/4/2002 6:36:45 PM Eastern Standard Time, Stolzi@^$1 writes: > I have a beautiful German porcelain one I got on e-bay, and the set can be > used, too, for serving other holiday treats besides almond bread! *total awe* ;-) Lizzie [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    ERATRIANO@aol.com Dec 4, 2002
  • Wendell and others... I finally looked up James Gleick's _Chaos_ on amazon... is chaos theory related to that fractals thing? And on a related note, anyone suggest a place I can get a nice pen case for my Dad for Christmas, for less than Levenger prices? thanks Lizzie [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    ERATRIANO@aol.com Dec 4, 2002
  • In a message dated 11/25/2002 9:27:21 PM Eastern Standard Time, WendellWag@^$1 writes: > Besides, fractals only became well known fairly late in Asimov's life. > > Wendell Wagner Oh, right, he's dead, isn't he? :-( My mistake. So whose should I read then? Barbara Kingsolver? I'm not sure what she wrote about but I did just pick up a book of her essays (if that isn't an...
    ERATRIANO@aol.com Nov 25, 2002
  • In a message dated 11/23/2002 1:38:37 PM Eastern Standard Time, tgshaw@^$1 writes: > Discover* magazine (not related to the Discovery Channel, BTW) had a > full-length article on a study of Jackson Pollock's artwork that showed the > degree of fractals appearing in it is very close to what's most appealing > to us in nature (measured, IIRC, by showing research subjects photos of...
    ERATRIANO@aol.com Nov 25, 2002
  • In a message dated 11/25/2002 11:27:51 AM Eastern Standard Time, theswain@^$1 writes: > I'm still becoming a prof, but I do teach at University of Illinois at > Chicago. I do Anglo-Saxon lit and Anglo-Latin stuff primarily, but I'm > teaching > Middle English stuff too, and trying to find a way to work Tolkien into > things, especially with the second movie coming out next month...
    ERATRIANO@aol.com Nov 25, 2002
  • In a message dated 11/23/2002 8:01:43 PM Eastern Standard Time, theswain@^$1 writes: > I understand this sentiment. For me, it was the professional Lewis and > Tolkien who led me to their fiction. But they took it a step further, it > was Tolkien's mimesis of Classical and Medieval literature and Lewis' > enthusiasm in so much of his scholarship that led me to become a...
    ERATRIANO@aol.com Nov 24, 2002