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Monday, February 23, 2004

Monday February 23, 2004. Someone from the sheriff's office knocked on the building door, looking for another tenant. (The man with him might have been from another law enforcement agency; they were dressed differently enough to suggest they followed different dress codes.)

I don't know what it was about.

***Writing: With the "Juliet shoots Romeo" story, I've been trying to look at each major character from the viewpoints of all major characters. (This will not be in the visible story, which has a single viewpoint; it's for my own use.)

I've also been trying to treat the story environment as a major character. (Taken from LiveJournal discussion. I may be taking it more literally than http://www.livejournal.com/users/cpolk/ and others intended; though not as literally as George R. Stewart did in _Storm_, _Fire_, and _The Years of the City_.)

It occurred to me that logically I should be looking at major characters from the environment's viewpoint. I'm trying it.
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"In the meantime, a group of dangerously crazed noble and brave volunteers have put into motion plans for a limited membership Sandman convention,to be called FIDDLER'S GREEN,to happen in Minneapolis, probably toward the end of November 2004,with all profits to the CBLDF[Comic Book Legal Defense Fund]." Neil Gaiman
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From EurekAlert http://www.eurekalert.org/pubnews.php
Public Release: 23-Feb-2004
American Journal of Transplantation
U of M researchers a step further in Type 1 diabetes treatment
Researchers at the University of Minnesota's Diabetes Institute for Immunology and Transplantation (DIIT) and the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Diabetes Center have achieved insulin independence in four of six patients with long-term Type 1 diabetes using one infusion of insulin-producing "islet" cells from a single donor pancreas.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

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