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Luxxie
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Icon 1 posted March 05, 2005 13:09      Profile for Luxxie     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Hey whatever happened to Zoo Books? Everyone knows that the real hardcore scientists rely on Zoo Books for all of their...hardcore scientific needs. Um, yeah.

Seriously though, I would definitely recommend New Scientist. Slightly off topic, but did anyone see this article about the origins of teenage rebellion? lol If only my parents had read that back in the day...

Oh wait, I was a goody goody. Nevermind. [blush]

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I still prefer National Geographic, for its photos of nude women with wondrously pendulant breasts and men with improbable penis sheaths. 'Course, I used to like the Sears and Roebuck catalogue, for its underwear section,

These days, we have to settle for "Victoria's Secret" which is run by a good friend of mine.

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Wired doesn't even do "science writing" it's all a bunch of "what's trendy" BS anymore.

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MIT's Technology Review. DDJ. Linux Journal.

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Popular Mechanics! ... They had an article where Jay Leno got a motorcycle with a helicopter jet engine in it. Over 320 hp, perfect for everyone!   [Wink]

No, wait it gets "only 4 to 6 mpg."   [Eek!]

http://www.popularmechanics.com/automotive/sub_coll_leno/1302876.html

For cool historical stuff: Invention & Technology
  http://inventionandtechnology.com/

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