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Conjure One (Nettwerk) has two songs with Poe, one of which is outstanding. The rest of the CD isn't bad, except that my copy skips on several tracks.

Blow The House Down by Great Uncles of the Revolution includes Jesse Zubot and Steve Dawson taking a break from Strang.

On La Revancha Del Tango, Gotan Project bring Astor Piazolla into the 21st century. Strange but moodily effective.

Not only are the Bill Hilly Band great live, but they've made a superb recording on All Day Every Day.


Thomas Huxley's heartfelt comments in Science and Culture.

Energy, Entropy and Loschmidt here.

Edward Gorey and his unique vision

T.W. Korner's guidelines for scientific communication

Issac Asimov's Science and Beauty, for all the astronomers (and poets) out there.

A rather different point of view can be found in G.K. Chesterson's The Logic of Elfland

The Colloid and the Crystal presents a humanist look at complexity and emergent systems, written long before the recent explosion of interest in those topics.

Ever heard the quote malt does more than Milton can, to justify God's ways to man? Read the whole poem Terence, This is Stupid Stuff by A.E. Housman.

Stevie Smith talks about The New Age, but it's not what you might expect

None of the above

This just might be paradise.

Trish and Cory on the web.

Glimpses of beauty from Roy Henry Vickers and Jan Curtis.

UofC Campus Recreation now has on-line court booking.

Here's Looking at You
Last revised: 2003/10/06