We Hate To Interrupt You On Saturday…

…Gentle Readers, as you reread Ptolemy’s magnum opus, Almagest or perhaps you are catching up on calculations of the youthful Aryabhata’s Aryabhatiya, but we would be remiss if we didn’t let you know that our pal Burr Deming has posted his invaluable Saturday morning links, complete with wry commentary at the essential blog, Fair and Unbalanced.

As always we will keep this post on top and fresher links —if any!— will be below. –The Management

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3 Responses to We Hate To Interrupt You On Saturday…

  1. Ten Bears says:

    Aeh Ten, how’s the weather over there?

    While it remains likeliest (ya’huh) no one listens to me, Cassandra’s grandson (tru dat), recall I recently made rude comments about advertisements and those who display them. One of “those” just posted a one-liner that the ads are off the site for a week while under discussion with the developers.

    Gotta’ admit, though, Gut-Wrenching Tragedy of Dog the Bounty Hunter & the Alaskan Bush People has gotta’ be the best name of a post-punk rock ‘n roll band since … post-punk.


    • tengrain says:

      Ten Bears –

      Except for the dangling bits, methinks you are Cassandra herself.

      Anyway, the weather here in the People’s Republic of Seattle is a long, cool spring: we barely have breached 60°F for any sustained period. The snowcap on the Olympic range seems well distributed, but I suspect not very deep; it has not been clear enough to see the Cascades this week. We had a wet winter but not a cold one, and I suspect we too are in a drought.

      Readers not from the west coast: Our water supply is largely in the form of snow pack. Instead of reservoir holding, the snow melts and that is channeled into rivers, etc., and that’s where we get water; it’s a very efficient water storage system that nature established, BUT is is extremely susceptible to climate change.


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