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In the News (Tue 23 Apr 19)

  
 Eye - Let freedom ring: Joe Morris - 01.28.99
Bern Nix, renowned for replacing Ulmer in Ornette Coleman's Prime Time, a job he left some years ago, seems to surface only once every blue moon.
Derek Bailey is more of a free improviser than a free jazzer, the main difference being that free jazz aspires, however abstrusely, to the condition of swing.
www.eye.net /eye/issue/issue_01.28.99/music/morris.html   (660 words)

  
 Mariner 9: Prelude to First Field Test of a General Theory of Biology?
By 1965, Mariner 4 imaging (7) indicated a moon-like cratered surface for Mars which strongly implied that the planet was lifeless.
Other Martian features without lunar analogs are the immense shield volcanoes, Nix Olympica and North, Middle and South Spots, as well as isolated volcanoes in other places (48).
The moon, Mars, and Earth, in that order, show increasing mass, density, internal energy and degree of geologic evolution (46): About half the surface of Mars consists of heavily cratered primitive terrain analogous to the lunar highlands.
www.biospherics.com /mars/spie2/Reprint71.htm   (660 words)

  
 CHAOS AND CREATION: CHAPTER 10: VENUS AND MARS
Argon, an important ingredient of Mars' atmosphere, is also found in unexpectedly large amounts in the clouds of Venus and in the Moon's surface rocks [85].
The crater Nix Olympica is 300 miles wide and has a 100-mile-high peak.
The surface of Mars is rent by canyons and craters of prodigious size.
www.grazian-archive.com /quantavolution/QuantaHTML/vol_03/chaos_creation_10.htm   (660 words)

  
 Selma Blair weds a Zappa; Hiltons nix pay-per-view sex tape offer; Kournikova in dancefloor fight
The pal adds that the guest list for the traditional Jewish ceremony "was very small" and included Zappa's sister Moon Unit and brother Dweezil, who arrived with girlfriend Lisa Loeb.
Blair, 31, and her 29-year-old boyfriend of just six months were due to exchange nuptials at the Ritz-Carlton in Marina del Ray, Calif., but switched locations at the last minute.
"Legally Blonde" beauty Selma Blair has married her rocker beau Ahmet Zappa in a low-key ceremony at actress Carrie Fisher's Beverly Hills mansion.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/gate/archive/2004/01/29/ddish.DTL   (1655 words)

  
 Nix Phoeni's Beginning
Nix was a Moon Elf and worshipped Sehanine Moonbow.
You're the greatest...May Sehanine watch over you always!" Nix said, and he hugged the old mage.
He always thought that he had special mystic powers given by Sehanine and was able to transcend others' thinking, and remains faithful to her.
pages.prodigy.net /blueline/mud/nixphoeni.html   (1655 words)

  
 Locus Online: Science Fiction News, Reviews, Resources, Perspectives (edited by Mark R. Kelly)
Descriptions and links for new books seen the second week of July, including Charles Stross' Accelerando, Hartwell and Cramer's Year's Best Fantasy 5, Karl Schroeder's Lady of Mazes, and other books by Elizabeth Bear, Jim Butcher, James Clemens, Marianne de Pierres, Jennifer Fallon, Laura Anne Gilman, Juliet E. McKenna, and Garth Nix
Descriptions and links for books in new paperback editions this month, by Alison Baird, Greg Bear, C.J. Cherryh, Laura Anne Gilman, Elizabeth Hand, Sarah Micklem, L.E. Modesitt Jr., Elizabeth Moon, Dan Simmons, Charles Stross, Harry Turtledove, and Thomas Wheeler
Winners on the theme of 'the Space Elevator' are Christian Doan in the story category, and Frank Lewecke in the image category.
www.locusmag.com   (1655 words)

  
 T'ai Chi Ch'uan Links
Ron Perfetti in Makawao, HI John Perkins: Ki-Chuan-Do in Nyack, NY Joseph Petrosi: Hudson Valley T'ai Chi in Warwick, NY Shannon Kawika Phelps: Temple of the Full Autumn Moon in San Diego, CA William C. Phillips: Patience T'ai Chi Association in Brooklyn, NY Phönix Königsbrunn e.V: Taijiquanin Königsbrunn, Germany.
Nancy Bloomfield: The Qi Elements School of T’ai Chi and Kung Fu in Herndon, VA Blue Dragon School of Kung Fu in Bergenfield, NJ Jeff Bolt: Jeff Bolt's Kung Fu and Taiji in Houston, TX Christine M. Booras in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL Jan Bosscher: Tai Chi de Grote Draak in the Netherlands.
Al Bender: Al Bender's Kung Fu Academy of New Jersey in Bloomfield, NJ Laurie and L.E. Bender: North Coast Wu Style Tai Chi Studio in Wheeler, OR William Bengochea in Cheltenham, PA Yannick Benoit: Quebec Wushu Institute in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
scheele.org /lee/tcclinks.html   (8642 words)

  
 DevASP Norton's Star Atlas and Reference Handbook, 20th Edition Book - 0131451642
As a matter of style I differ (perhaps) with another reviewer who would have liked to have seen color photographs--I guess I am nostalgic for the familiar "Norton's Green" and appreciate that editor Ridpath and designer Nix have continued the tradition in what is otherwise a major update of the classic.
The new higher contrast moon maps are a major improvement over the washed-out maps in some previous editions.
The heart of the atlas are the 16 starcharts, presented in the two-disk/six gore format familiar to lovers of the previous editions of the Norton's.
www.devasp.com /store/shop62/pd0131451642/Books_and_Software   (568 words)

  
 Locus Online: SFFH Magazines: January 2001
Features include interviews with Juliet McKenna and Charles de Lint, David Langford's "Ansible Link", film reviews by Nick Lowe, book reviews by Chris Gilmore and others, and an essay by Gary Westfahl considering Heinlein's early story "Ordeal in Space" and film Destination Moon as his counterpart of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Other fiction is by Amy Sterling Casil, Michael Thomas, Harvey Jacobs, Garth Nix, M. Shayne Bell, M. Rickert, Albert E. Cowdrey, Frederic S. Durbin, and Carol Emshwiller.
Quarterly magazine of "science and fiction for a space-faring age", published and edited by Ian Randal Strock.
www.locusmag.com /2001/Monitor/Magazines01.html   (1119 words)

  
 Today in History July 13
1889 Jul 13, Vincent van Gogh painted "Moonrise." The exact date was determined in 2003 by a physicist using a computer and moon data from the painting.
1928 Jul 13, Robert N.C. Nix, Jr., first African-American chief justice of a state supreme court, was born.
1944 Jul 13, Erno Rubik, inventor (Rubik's cube), was born in Budapest.
www.bonus.com /contour/timelines_history/http@@/timelines.ws/days/07_13.HTML   (4067 words)

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