1. WORDS ... wordsmith
Sayings such as:
Man's mind stretched to a new idea never goes back to its original
dimensions. -Oliver Wendell Holmes
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2. GAMES ... NetPlay
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Games must be family-oriented and non-violent;
Games must be easy to learn (less than 5 minutes);
Games must be quick playing (less than 30 minutes);
Games must support 4 or more players in real-time interaction;
Games must be written for Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 using a
Games must be adapted to the NetPlay Game SDK (Available Early '97)
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3. PLASMA and Solar Research
Date: Tue, 7 Jan 97
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Shadia Habbal)
Received from email@example.com, 9 Dec 1996, Art Poland
We wish to call your attention to a new program announcement:
NSF/DOE PARTNERSHIP IN BASIC PLASMA SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
The full anouncement is accessible electronically through the NSF
web page at:
http://www.nsf.gov (Info and Pubs).
Abstract - February 28, 1997
Proposal - March 21, 1997
The announcement is on the web, under -
(questions to) the program assistant in physics dealing with this program -
Program Assistant Theory: Kim Humphries Program Assistant AMO:
Cynthia Jackson Fax: 703-306-0566
4. PEOPLE-FINDERS (Jason Borja)
iii. [ http://www.neoucom.edu/people.htm ] not yet validated
5. BODY BUILDING AND DRUG USE (Matthew Svihovec)
URL's on steroids:
Re keywords, use "steroids" "anabolic steroids" and "bodybuilding".
Suggestion for Word.A.Day theme,
Things are seldom what they would seem,
NOISOME, I'd propose,
Not of ear, but of nose,
A kind of olfactory nerve scream.
-Dr. Chris Papa
This week's theme, "Things Are Seldom What They Seem," was suggested by
Christopher M. Papa, MD. Dr. Papa also pens delightful limericks using words
featured in AWAD, and sends them to people on his list at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For this week, I've included his limericks right here. As you can see, his email
correspondence also runs in limericks though I wonder about his prescriptions...