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Getting Better: Links

Posted on Feb 17, 2010 by billsimmon in Life of Bill, linkdump, poli sci-fi radio | 7 Comments

I was totally thrashed by the flu last week. I taught class a week ago Monday, despite feeling under the weather (mistake) and then for the next five days I couldn’t stand up for more than a few minutes at a time and had a very bad chest/head situation. There was no high fever, which kept me from the doctor’s office and from thinking it was the according-to-Hoyle flu, but I had all the other awesome symptoms. Now it’s degenerated to a simple head cold and lingering cough — annoying enough, but I can function at least.

Along with missing work and some teaching, I didn’t touch the Internet much, other than email. Here is a smattering of things I did see that I found interesting. Maybe you will too…

And finally, Sunday will be Poli-Sci-Fi Radio’s 100th episode. We’re celebrating with some extra special phone-in guests. Listen live from 4-6PM Sunday by going here, or be a chump and wait for the podcast.



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  1. On February 17, 2010, evening said:

    speaking of feeds…you know your RSS is abbreviated and doesn’t show your full post?

  2. Evening, Bill has been informed of this before, but it’s good to nag– uh, remind him that the candleblog consumption experience is less than optimal for many of us die-hard fans. I’m sure there’s some geeklog setting that’s unset, or that he’s entering his text into a “body” field rather than a “prologue” field or some such…

  3. s/geeklog/wordpress/i

  4. On February 23, 2010, billsimmon said:

    hmm. I actually fixed this problem when I updated my WP software back around Thanksgiving. Now I don’t remember how I did it.

  5. On February 23, 2010, billsimmon said:

    it’s not a WP setting, it’s something spooky — like a plugin conflict or something. The feed settings are all set to “full text.”

  6. I hate computers

  7. Michelle Gelardi-Drago – February 5, 2013 9:05 pmWhat an amazing time of woishrp at Changepoint church. May God continue to use you as a vessel to sing healing into the hearts of those who are hurting, in need healing, deliverance and love poured upon them. God is good!

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