lifeblood: listlogs: 2004-01b


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date:         thu, 8 jan 2004 09:03:37 est
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in a message dated 1/7/2004 7:48:50 pm central standard time,
getula@hotmail.com writes:
whenever anyone asks me for book recommendations, there are two i always
recommend. the first and more mainstream of the two is the sparrow by mary
doria russell. this is the best sci-fi i've ever read. calling it sci-fi
does not do it justice; it's about anthropology, sacrifice, spirituality,
grief, and possibly redemption. i've read it at least four or five times and
i always weep openly for the last 20 pages or so. it will knock you out.
i second the recommendation of this book - one of the few that my husband and
i both loved.  there is a sequel as well, called children of god.  not quite
as good as the sparrow, but kept me in that amazing world a little longer, so
i was grateful!

my guilty pleasure read is the mists of avalon by marion zimmer bradley.
arturian legend from the woman's point of view.  i haul it out every ten years or
so and re-read it just for fun. the other books in the same series are
nowhere near as good, but mists is just as lovely at every reading.

if you are a mystery reader, i recommend the entire mallory series by carol
o'connell and the jane whitfield books by thomas perry.  also bookman's wake
and booked to die by john dunning, mysteries set in the world of rare book
collecting.

for fantasy, guy gavriel kay is the best.  read them all, but start with his
single volume fantasy masterpiece tigana, then move on the three volume
fionavar tapestry, which begins with the summer tree.  once again, the rare author
that my hubbie and i both read.

another good one is jane linskold's changer.

oh this is fun, but must get back to my reading :-)

pam in big d

pam in big d

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date:         thu, 8 jan 2004 06:52:47 -0800
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let me thank everyone again for the many different
types of books and recommendations.   there are so so
many that i have read and enjoyed and would list among
my favorites, but i can't think right now of all of
them - if i began to make a list i'm sure i would
leave some out, so i won't.  however, the one that
does stand out for me is "confederacy of dunces" by
john kennedy toole.  i know i have mentioned this one
in the past.  this pulitzer prize winner is an off the
wall comedy about an off the wall character and his
distorted  world view and the off the wall characters
he interacts with.  this book is situated in the mid
sixties in new orleans.  i read it again and again,
pulling it out every 2 or 3 years, or whenever i want
a good laugh.  it's not for everyone - not for the
very serious minded.  it is very smartly laid out, is
very, very well written,  and very intelligent
stupidity - i think you have to have a kind
of off the wall humor (as i do) - i think if you find
monty python extremely hilarious, you will like this
book.  i strongly recommend it as a good escape and
laugh.

i especially like the few subtle swipes he (ignatius,
the main character) takes at academia!  hell, he takes
swipes at everyone - his world view is right and good
and everyone else is wrong and a "cretin".  he feels
he was born in the wrong era and has trouble
functioning in this time - i can't say enough about
this book - i laugh out lound everytime i read it.  it
is so funny.  read it.  i'll bet you will love it.  or
you might not.

elaine

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date:         thu, 8 jan 2004 09:57:52 -0500
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ok - my are not at all like really connected to the ig

"moving violations" - john hockenberry - for better (or worse, i think
better though) this book changed my life - you can find it on half.com for
like 3 bucks - it sorta went out of print then back into print - it is the
autobiography of john hockenberry, released in 1995, tells some really
amazing prose as to what it is really like to be a disabled member of
society - i read this in a weekend and wanted to meet him incredibly badly
after that.

<snip about how completely obsessive i have been>

the other book i'd recommend is journal of a solitude by may sarton, which
a listee turned me onto - and one of my professors in college had quite a
relationship professionally with ms. sarton, wrote books and stuff about
her. too bad the professor was just incredibly rude and distant. oh well.

mike r.

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date:         thu, 8 jan 2004 20:38:04 -0500
reply-to:     anna creech <creechal@spamcop.net>
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subject:      re: nigc - the new ani cd - a mini review - and render at a film
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omg!  this cd arrived in my mail today (i do an all-women artists college radio
show), and having just finished listening to it, i am very pleased.  i haven't
been thrilled with what ani has done since dilate, but this cd has taken her
back to her musical roots, with a bit of wisdom and maturity that wasn't there
before.  you must get this record when it goes on sale!

anna
"a woman's two cents worth is worth two cents in the music business."
    --loretta lynne
http://www.eclecticlibrarian.net/estrogennation/

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date:         fri, 9 jan 2004 16:54:44 -0500
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on npr right now there is a story about righteous babe records and ani =
defranco

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date:         fri, 9 jan 2004 22:46:55 -0600
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i used to hang out there in the mid 90s. i don't think it exists =
anymore. i still have irc but i never see the channel out there.=20

paula
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  i have a vague recollection from the mid-90's that there was a fairly =
popular
  chat channel on irc for ig fans.  does it still exist and is anyone =
still
  hanging out there?

  anna

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  crosses my path, on behalf of the souls they never knew they saved."
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date:         sat, 10 jan 2004 00:51:08 est
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rachel devitt
columnist

no 'lucky' charm
the latest cd from melissa etheridge proves she is happily in love,
but holding on to familiar themes previously explored.
friday, january 09, 2004

i've never been a melissa etheridge kind of lesbian.

this may very well be a matter of generation. many of my fellow 20-
something queer counterparts seem to have skipped etheridge's
flannel shirt and beat-up jeans, lesbian-with-a-capital-l, rock-with-
a-capital-r in favor of either the less gruff ani difranco route or
the less midwestern riot grrrl road to musical dykedom.

actually, etheridge herself seems to have ditched her own gritty
persona for a high-hollywood femme gloss, complete with young
starlet wife.

musically, however, she appears to be as determined as ever to
create songs that seem as much a part of the local lesbian pool hall
as the softball team that stopped by for a pitcher after the big
game.

much of "lucky," etheridge's latest album, which is to be released
on feb.10, is filled with the familiar janis joplin rasp and john
mellencampian riffs that she's respectably honed over the years.
it's enjoyable enough in a safe, contented way, but offers little
that she hasn't delivered before.

that's not to say etheridge isn't still trying. "come on out
tonight" is a funky party song with wah-wah guitars, a chorus that
is strangely reminiscent of nirvana's "come as you are," but a bit
too embarrassingly pink-esque to really suit etheridge's rocker
status.

she borrows from the indigo girls on "tuesday morning," a little
acoustic political ditty with its heart in the right place but
nothing really new to say.

etheridge's strong suit has always been for baring her soul in
extremely personal tales of longing and heartbreak, a reputation she
herself explicitly acknowledges with lyrics like "i've been drowning
in emotion" (from "if you want to"). but she is no longer the
tragically closeted lesbian, nor is she still reeling from the
breakup with longtime partner julie cypher.

several of "lucky's" tracks, such as the title song and "this
moment," smack of the love-drenched happiness she seems to have
found with her partner, tammy lynn michaels.

while i'm reluctant to criticize the musical outpourings of her
newly wedded bliss, these tracks are among the least passionate and
most mundane on the album.

i hope this is only because etheridge has yet to find the ideal
musical match for her personal contentment. she does seem at her
familiar best when wailing her way through heartache, anger and
disillusionment.

the gentle, organ-infused acoustic ballad "will you still love me"
is one of the album's most musically un-etheridge tracks.

"kiss me" is a throbbing blues-rock anthem that's dripping with pent-
up desire, while "giant" offers a scrappy, rowdy ode to strength and
(gay?) pride and features grinding zeppelin guitar licks accompanied
by a tough blues stridency.

it's at these extremes that etheridge heads in a new direction that
makes her trademark sound relevant and exciting again. it
demonstrates that the disillusioned rock goddess who has started
thinking about something other than her own issues can still swagger
with the best of them.

it would be nice, however, if etheridge found a sound that reminds
all us bratty 20-somethings that softball dyke-rock wasn't always so
comfortable and familiar.

nevertheless, she still has the power to shock and challenge,
and "lucky" is a small step in the right direction.

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date:         sat, 10 jan 2004 16:47:50 -0600
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is it possible to transfer what i've recorded on vhs to dvd? i have a
copy of live from greatwoods i'd like to preserve it if possible.

peace
barb

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date:         sat, 10 jan 2004 16:22:23 -0800
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it's possible, but it'll either take a dvd recorder to hook up to your
vcr, or a combo unit (go video makes these -- they're spendy), or it'll
take a dvd burner on your computer, dvd mastering software, and some
way to get an ntsc video signal from your vcr converted into digital
form for your computer to manipulate.  not to mention software to make
it all work.

let's say, the technology is all there and available, but it'll cost ya!

-graham ames
hippybear@bigfoot.com

on jan 10, 2004, at 2:47 pm, barbara bordner wrote:

> is it possible to transfer what i've recorded on vhs to dvd? i have a
> copy of live from greatwoods i'd like to preserve it if possible.
>
> peace
> barb

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date:         sat, 10 jan 2004 23:19:11 -0500
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>
>
>>is it possible to transfer what i've recorded on vhs to dvd? i have a
>>copy of live from greatwoods i'd like to preserve it if possible.

in due time it will be mastered - many many many bootleg videos are now
being traded dvd (i had access to a burner, but the motherboard died on it
so i'm temporarily without any video mastering equipment - and i have a
backlog of stuff to master -

barb - i am sure when people start trading and mastering dvd's this show
seems to be one of the first that should be done....

i'd like to say i'd do it - but i'm swamped with indymedia and other non
profit stuff

and rendering takes a looooooooooong time (try 28 hrs for the one good dvd
i did...)

mike r.

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date:         sun, 11 jan 2004 20:17:27 -0500
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i love the clan of the cavebear series by jean auel.  i've read and =
reread those many times.  angels and demons by dan brown was really =
great too.  it's amazing that the story covers only 24 hours.  i just =
read the day the world came to town 9/11 in gander, newfoundland by jim =
defede.  it's a feel good quick read about how 35 planes had to land in =
gander when us airspace was shut down and how the town took in the =
"plane people".

peace,
jen

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date:         mon, 12 jan 2004 12:58:10 -0500
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if you dont mind paying about $25-30, you can take your tape to any
local photo shop, private video photographer, and in my town the local
cvs drugstore. most of these places already are advertising that they
can convert your tapes to dvd's. i guess the only risk is they make a
copy for themselves and can sell them on ebay or someplace else. the
price around here is $25 and they usually throw in a copy for $5. good
luck.
bettyann

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date:         mon, 12 jan 2004 14:30:26 -0500
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at 12:58 pm 1/12/04 -0500, bettyann nagy wrote:
>if you dont mind paying about $25-30, you can take your tape to any
>local photo shop, private video photographer, and in my town the local
>cvs drugstore. most of these places already are advertising that they
>can convert your tapes to dvd's. i guess the only risk is they make a
>copy for themselves and can sell them on ebay or someplace else. the
>price around here is $25 and they usually throw in a copy for $5. good
>luck.
>bettyann


actually those services are for non copyrighted stuff like home videos -
they wont transfer stuff that has copyright.
just an fyi - i'm sure i will get flamed anyway...

if people could be a bit patient - i promise i'll come from under a rock
and trade (:)) when i convert this - it is on my list.


mike

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date:         tue, 13 jan 2004 00:39:14 -0500
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*looks around* i still have 30 minutes here in the central time zone.  i'm safe!

*grins*

here's a list of those celebrating the gift of life this week!

january 12
bean@u.washington.edu (ariel)

january 12
indi5479@yahoo.com (chandra)

january 14
bwhite@lenin.cc.rochester.edu (brendan white)
"where there's now one there will be two..."

january 18 (=9264)
sabrina d. parker <parkers@civerolo.com>

january 18 (79)
sarah t. rosenblum (rainnriver@aol.com)
"tryin to hold it like rain in a river" -a. ray
'never run form anything immortal, it attracts their attention.'
-peter s. beagle

hope y'all have fun, stay safe, and check in for the next list next monday :)

much love,
audra
reforming bge :)

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date:         tue, 13 jan 2004 15:23:16 -0800
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looks like the food network added some preview clips for the new show.
emily shows up in a few of them.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/show_ld

oh, and episode #2 is called "st. alphonso's pancake breakfast party."

:)
bon

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date:         wed, 14 jan 2004 08:27:09 est
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hello everyone,
i just wanted to say thanks for all the great cards i received. i am still
getting some.
nothing like getting mail that are not bills. lol : )
hope everyone had a great new year!
peace,
ang

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date:         wed, 14 jan 2004 13:38:01 -0000
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me too. it was fun seeing them trickle in across the atlantic...

sorry if there was anyone i missed.

edward.

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hello everyone,
i just wanted to say thanks for all the great cards i received. i am still
getting some.
nothing like getting mail that are not bills. lol : )
hope everyone had a great new year!
peace,
ang

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date:         wed, 14 jan 2004 08:42:58 -0500
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ditto here.  and the stamps from around the world were really cool too!  now
if i only collected stamps!

peace,
jen

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date:         thu, 15 jan 2004 10:06:13 +1100
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hey folks,

this is forwarded from the news list...

(also, an ot plug for any sydney-area listmembers out there - come
see sonia of disappear fear play this sunday night at the harp hotel in
tempe!)

cheers,
sherlyn

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date:   wed 14-jan-2004 4:52am
from:   rohrer@comcast.net
subject:        [ig-news] watershed restaurant blurb (wash. post)

there was a brief overview of watershed (emily's restaurant in decatur)
in the travel section of the 1/4/04 washington post. here it is:

postcard from tom: atlanta
washington post food critic tom sietsema's monthly report from the road.

sunday, january 4, 2004; page p02

  watershed (406 w. ponce de leon, decatur, 404-378-4900)

with its roll-up doors and concrete floor, this restaurant looks much
like the service station it used to be. chef scott peacock does southern
cooking honor with superlative shrimp grits, a hot vegetable platter and
skillet-fried chicken that has fans lining up early every tuesday-the
only night the treasure is served. co-owned by emily saliers of the
indigo girls, watershed (five miles from downtown atlanta) is joined to
a witty wine and gift shop. entrees $10-$28.

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date:         wed, 14 jan 2004 20:39:15 -0500
reply-to:     melissa virago <1honeybee@earthling.net>
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thanks mi rinda!  as long as i've been a member of this list (nearly 10 years) this is the first time i've seen this.  it seems fun!

> 1. are you male or female?
(sweet) melissa
>
> 2. describe yourself.
problem child
>
> 3. how do some people feel about you?
mystery
>
> 4. how do you feel about yourself?
beauty to disaster
>
> 5. describe your boy/girlfriend.
devotion
>
> 6. describe your job
make it easier
>
> 7. where would you rather be?
carry me away
>
> 8. describe what you want to be.
least complicated
>
> 9. describe how you live.
losing touch
>
> 10. describe how you love.
i'll give you my skin

> 11. share a few words of wisdom.
love of the common people

thank goodness they've done so many covers!  and thank you lifeblood for the song list!

peace, melissa

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