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Extreme cruise control - a thaumaturgical compendium
Extreme cruise control. November 4th, 2003. DAPRA has sponsored a competition for self-driving vehicles that takes them through a 250 mile desert track. ...
WearComp a thaumaturgical compendium
Archive for the 'WearComp' Category. « Previous Entries. The 1-1-1 map ... Posted in WearComp | No Comments » · Suitless future ...
WearComp a thaumaturgical compendium
You know what people in the future used to wear? Jumpsuits and shorts. By Blade Runner and Fifth Element, we had pretty much done away with ...
You may not see my receipt. - a thaumaturgical compendium
If you’re so incompetent a shopper that you let them check your receipt in .... So, they go get it, I go back to the exit, and the security guard says ... I guess I’d have to buy my own red highlighter or something to get around. .... To allow an “of
Old Goals - a thaumaturgical compendium
Old Goals. September 25th, 1994. I’m sitting in the TV room in the midst of papers piled up all round. We decided to clean up all of our files and such. ...
MTV c. 1983 - a thaumaturgical compendium
Jan 25, 2008 ... Of course, there’s the Police and Prince, and Brian Setzer doing an MTV promo, and then there’s gems like The Tubes’ “Monkey Time,” which I ...
1 & 1 equals 0 - a thaumaturgical compendium
One Response to “1 & 1 equals 0”. Mike Says: April 24th, 2006 at 1:14 am. Alex, you have probably long forgotten about 1and1, ...
1 and 1 Hosting Sucks - a thaumaturgical compendium
The right to publish the truth has been blocked by 1&1.com HealthWatcher.net is moving its web site in a few days. ...
Scholarly mavens and curators - a thaumaturgical compendium
Scholarly mavens and curators. February 17th, 2009. Talk to people for a while about what makes for good large-scale collaboration and they ...
Caught again - a thaumaturgical compendium
Is it once again a nod to gnosticsism. Do the brothers W see themselves as bringers of light, hoping to allow their audience to move closer to gnosis? ...
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