As I was perusing this mornng's updated flogs, I stumbled across someone raving about Google Print. (Find it if you are interested, I am not supporting them by making it easy to find them. I'm also not linking to the blog where I found it because I like her writing and this isn't about her.) For those of you unfamiliar with the "service" being offered by Google, it takes the full text of published books and makes them available free online. Sounds pretty cool, huh?
Well, it depends on who you are.
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Many people take the fundamentals of what is called civilization for granted, secure in the knowledge that a flipped switch provides electricity and a turned facuet dispenses water. A failure in said systems means, at worst, a phone call and perhaps a brief wait until "they" fix it. Those people should move to the country for a few years. evilGrin
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Had I been named in one of those cultures that named people based on qualities they possessed, rather than choices made from a book length list, i think dances with food would have been a good choice. I often call the interweaving motion of multiple cooks working together kitchen dancing and I prefer cooking with live music--well, really doesn't everyone want a house band?
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