"68-year-old science fiction author William Gibson"
What the hell? Cripes, I'm old.
Alta Vista decided to go the portal route, with a bunch of crap on the search page. Google came out with a simple look, with only the keyword field.
(I was a grad student of John Ostrom's once upon a time.)
This may be "the first evidence of feather morphologies and distribution in a short-armed (and probably non-volant) dromaeosaurid" but this dinosaur says nothing about the origins of flight feathers. It lived 25 million years AFTER Archaeopteryx, so there were certainly flight feathers around for a very long time before it. This is really no more surprising than the fact that ostriches and emus still have feathers.
The real question, which remains unanswered, is the exact relationship between dromaeosurids and birds and whether flight originated from the ground up (use of drag to control running) or the top down (use of drag to create lift).
Despite different origins, there's a screenwriting theory that forces this process. The mini-movie method asks writer to create eight "stories" that as a whole are supposed to result in a satisfying movie. In brief:
I suppose it results in formulaic movies
The "best" games depends on how many people you have to play, not to mention their tastes and time commitment.
Nothing beats Diplomacy, but you need seven people, a whole day, and people who can be bastards when required.
Other games I keep going back to are Civilization (the original board game that has nothing to do with Sid Meier), Kingmaker, Pictionary, Scattergories, and the Combat Mission series of digital war games.
"We have backup, guns, radio, jackets — all that stuff civilians don't have."
They forgot to list apathy.
This is the worst thing since newspaper classified ads recruited women for phone sex.
Remember newspaper classified ads? They were like Craigslist, except you had to buy the newspaper to see them.
All science is either physics or stamp collecting. -- Ernest Rutherford