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Issue 29

Burke and Hare, Google, Hodgkin and Kraepelin, In Praise of Small, Project Gutenberg, Twitching, Whose Chair Is It, Yiddish

In this issue Bikwil features Burke and Hare, Google, Hodgkin and Kraepelin, In Praise of Small, Project Gutenberg, Twitching, Whose Chair Is It, Yiddish

 

 

Contents of Issue 29 (January 2002)
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A Few Statistics — Tony Rogers
Women vs. men, Australian vs. overseas. And more.
Project Gutenberg — Col Choat
"One might think that the pool of printed works will run dry, however this can never happen because every year new works become available as the copyright on them runs out. Furthermore, volunteers have begun the work of converting to etexts the literary gems of other languages, thus opening further rich veins of literary ore for plundering."
A new contributor has some important inside info on the origin, goals and methods of Project Gutenberg
Web Line — Tony Rogers
Keep up to date with your favourite search engine
Dr. Strangelove and Friends, Part 2 — Tony Rogers

"Her hands, crippled by arthritis from a young age, have become famous by dint of being drawn by the most prominent sculptor of the 20th century, Henry Moore."

Our current Stepping Stones series continues where it left off — with the Nobel Prize
Whose Chair Is It, Anyway? — Therese Kenyon
All right: I’m game if you are. Let’s share it.
Twitching — Giorni
"Sightings of rare species can be very unpredictable – the idea is to have a good network in order to learn quickly of any rare sightings and drop everything immediately to chase down that elusive tick."
An outdoor pastime, described by one who knows
In Praise of the Small — Bet Briggs
Twelve lines say it all 
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like — Harlish Goop
Chutzpah or glitch? Now he asks me.
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
From the Back Verandah — Fizzgig
Have you heard of the British Anatomy Act? No? Not to worry: Fizzgig has all the fetid low-down.

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