Cosmic Shout-Out

A quick tip of the hat to one of TDG's friends, Alan Boyle, who posts his 'Cosmic Log' over at MSNBC. Yesterday Alan kindly posted a generous review of my book Da Vinci in America, which sent such numbers here that we actually had server problems (while not exactly a 'slashdotting', we've come up with the new term 'hard-boyled').

So a weekend shout-out back to Alan and his Cosmic Log, which I recommend as a daily stop to all TDG regulars as a good source of news and intelligent commentary on science, space, and other assorted topics. And to make it easy for you, you can even find a link to the Cosmic Log in the 'Best Links' section on the left-hand side of the page.

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DigitalDragon's picture
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1 May 2004
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Great work! I'll be grabbing a copy of Da Vinci in America for my library.



-dd "A successful tool is one that was used to do something undreamed of by its author
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el_Papa's picture
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1 May 2004
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I just ordered a copy from my neighborhood Barnes & Nobles rather than on-line. There is no charge for shipping that way. All I have to do is pick it up. By the way, the store has a huge poster placed at the entrance calling attention to Simon Cox's guide to Angels and Demons.

-Chuck

the shadow's picture
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24 June 2004
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Simon Cox's book on Angels and Demons has been remaindered in Australia.