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Issue 28

Beach in Sumbawa, Jonathan Swift Coinages, Azimuth Suite, Judy Garland, Internet Quality Objectivity and Truth, Dr. Strangelove Threads and Rosalind Franklin, Kwizz Gig all get Emily Bronto's applause

In this issue Bikwil features Beach in Sumbawa, Jonathan Swift Coinages, Azimuth Suite, Judy Garland, Internet Quality Objectivity and Truth, Dr. Strangelove Threads and Rosalind Franklin, Kwizz Gig

 

 

Contents of Issue 28 (November 2001)
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Internet Follies Tony Rogers
What worries you in particular about the Internet?
Flying over a Beach in Sumbawa Jason Clapham
A new poet joins us with some verse inspired by a scene on an Indonesian island
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like Harlish Goop
Their origins tend to be forgotten today, but these two expressions have something in common: they were both coined by the same person
The Azimuth Suite Bet Briggs
Three exquisite poetic miniatures 
Enormous Jabs of Pleasure Diane Dees
"A great moment in music is reasonably perceived to be a live moment, but such a moment on film bears a unique, though paradoxical, organicity: we can continue to experience it in its imperfectly frozen essence."
Number 4 in our Memorable Moments in Music series
Web Line Tony Rogers
"Surely the Net is there to assist students, not hinder them?"
Quality, objectivity and truth.  Maybe but only if you're careful
Dr. Strangelove and Friends, Part 1 Tony Rogers
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
From the Back Verandah Fizzgig
The solution to Kwizz Gig 1

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