Brian L Johnson wrote:
> Blinky the Shark wrote:
>> <pops head above surface>
>> I'm okay. :)
>> But since you mention it: http://blinkynet.net/odds/nridge.html
> Sounds like you had an... exciting time. <g>
> Nothing like that round there heah parts. If the earth moves... well,
> according to my good lady, it's a Good Day. ;)
And it's a good day for you, as well, when you're the one making her
earth move. :)
>> Meanwhile, right now it's wildfires. We have a couple going in the
>> area, right now (it's seasonal).
> Yes, the name Laurel Canyon rings a bell wrt fires. Something about
> the wind running up the valleys? Hey, is this you:
Looks like it, if that's a current photo.
>> Back to quakes, this is my first-line resource when the earth moves;
> Yes, I've looked there before. Neat.
><Drags the thread somewhere near on-topic>
> The reason I had that URL handy was because I keep the RSS feed from
> USGS ticking away in the background. And I have Planetary Society
> one ticking along beside it. A couple of news ones. A technology one
> or two. Slashdot. Metcheck. Stuff.
> Yes, I could have that in a 'proper' feedreader running, but I don't
> need all the bells and whistles and it's just another example of
> how integrated apps can serve a useful porpoise.
I fiddled with the RSS thingmy in OperaNotBrowser2 <g>. Can't get
anything to happen. Interested in it only academically; wouldn't
bother with it on a regular basis.
>> As I write, it's been an average week/day/hour, with just the usual
>> little shakes.
> Me too. In my case, though, it's the red wine. ;)
Perhaps some white is in order? :)
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