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That bonsai of Wechsler's does have little green traces scattered over it. It lives. When it'll be ready for the trip into London is a different matter.

demudi looks interesting. They have .debs up of various interesting stuffs. Including Ardour.

Moz1.3 doesn't like my cursor keys.

WRT the SF/Fantasy 50-book lists, I want to stress again that The Book of the New Sun isn't Fantasy. Anne McCaffrey's "Dragondross" books aren't either, but as (unlike Mr Wolfe's) they don't carry the Graham Clark Seal Of Ultimate Fantasticness, I won't labour the point.

Hmmm. Something else, I'm sure.
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What is that strange, flippered beastie lumbering over the ice, wearing glasses and a Ballboy t-shirt...
Hmm. Well, you've got me on the weight front, I'm afraid, but I don't have the teeth or (currently) the stubble. It's a shame, actually. Those tusks must make great bottle-openers.

Can't hang about, though - I've got my mate the carpenter coming over in a sec.
Anne McCaffrey's "Dragondross" books aren't either

~sigh~ Why are you leaving Cambridge before I have a chance to worship you properly? ~s~

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Anne McCaffrey's "Dragondross" books aren't either, but as (unlike Mr Wolfe's) they don't carry the Graham Clark Seal Of Ultimate Fantasticness, I won't labour the point.

In the absence of a genre for thinly-veiled teen romance novels featuring telepathic flying horses, fantasy will just have to do.

That bonsai of Wechsler's does have little green traces scattered over it. It lives. When it'll be ready for the trip into London is a different matter.

have you tried the water plunge on it? You basically plunge its roots into not-cold water, including the whole pot, up to the bottom of the trunk, then leave for about 2 minutes after the bubbles stop. It's revived a few of mine, although there was one chinese elm that it didnt work on, so I chopped it up and used it as a mini yule log.
I haven't tried that one, no. It has a couple of actual leaves, and they don't seem to be dying off, so hopefully it's now work out that the drought's over and start growing green stuff again.

Hopefully.