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Friday, June 25, 2004

Friday June 25, 2004. I went to Steeple People thrift store, and bought storage containers. Next step: get rid of enough things that I'll have space for them.
Writing: Daily Exercise -- Done. An explanation of why a planet which needs no more than three spaceports has a fourth one.

"Well Met, Well Met, My Own True Love" -- Added one more line to a conversation.

"They Might Be Windmills" --

"History Line" --
The Tam Lin "Nigerian Letter" is now up on the Tam Lin Pages at
http://www.tam-lin.org/oddities1.html -- along with several filked versions of the song.
Old Airfields never die, they just cultivate lots and lots of crabgrass. And amazingly there are over 1100 of them all over the US gathered into the Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields site by Paul Freeman ( http://www.airfields-freeman.com/ )
From Google News, UK edition:
Millionaire loses 'Indecent Proposal' case
Independent - 3 hours ago
The longest slander action in English legal history came to a close yesterday as the multi-millionaire Brian Maccaba lost his High Court action against a leading rabbi. In a case that had infamously been dubbed the "Indecent Proposal" ...
A rich man's revenge that cost more than money Telegraph.co.uk
Rabbi cleared in "Indecent Proposal" case Reuters
Irish Times (subscription) - Scotland on Sunday - Barnet Times - BBC News - and 28 related

From Google News, India edition:
India to get space camera from Israel
Daily Times - 3 hours ago
NEW DELHI: India will get a sophisticated space camera from Israel for use in astronomical research as part of the agreement signed in 2003 between the space agencies of two countries for scientific cooperation in astronomy and galactic ...
Israel to launch space camera on Indian satellite The Hindu
Business News, India: Israel to supply India with sophisticated space camera Keralanext
Jerusalem Post - New Kerala - and 7 related

Net on some trains from June 30
Rediff - Jun 24, 2004
Indian Railways will offer Internet access to passengers travelling aboard luxury coaches from June 30, The Times of India said Thursday.
RailTel to launch in-train WiFi, Internet kiosks Telecom Paper (subscription)
Internet offered to Indian rail passengers Al-Jazeera
Times of India - BBC News - Sify - Asia Pacific Media Network - and 10 related
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