Monthly Archives: September 2012

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I’ve been busy lately. It turns out moving across the country is a good deal of work. That said, what’s next? I’ve got a couple of things in the works about computer modelling and global warming: one a look at … Continue reading

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to wound the autumnal city.

But I still hear them walking in the trees: not speaking. Waiting here, away from the terrifying weaponry, out of the halls of vapor and light, beyond holland into the hills, I have come to Dhalgren is a novel that … Continue reading

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Calibre and E-books on Slackware

Just in case anyone is thinking of running Kindle under WINE on Linux: it kind of works, so long as you want to just download books. It’s pretty crashy otherwise. And Calibre under WINE isn’t much for stability either, and … Continue reading

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