x1101 at gmx.com
Fri May 9 14:59:15 PDT 2014
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Things look good here for me to join in.
@Pokey, can you send me the details of *how* exactly to do that?
On May 9, 2014, x1101 <x1101 at gmx.com> wrote:
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>I'm checking my calendar (read, asking my wife) to make sure, but I've
>consumed the book and am hoping to make it.
>On May 9, 2014, Ken Fallon <ken at fallon.ie> wrote:
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>>Already finished the book but I won't be able to make the recording
>>due to the fact that it's in the middle of the night.
>>On 2014-05-09 21:14, Patrick Dailey wrote:
>>> Thanks, Charles. It seems like people just keep getting busier and
>>> busier these days. I certainly feel that way about my own schedule.
>>> If ever you can make one, you're more than welcome.
>>> On Fri, May 9, 2014 at 3:11 PM, Charles Thayer <catintp at yahoo.com
>>> <mailto:catintp at yahoo.com>> wrote:
>>> I have trouble making and keeping plans for live events these
>>> days, so I could not even commit to having listened to this book in
>>> time for the recording.
>>> Someone asked me whether my units series could cover distances on
>>> a galactic scale, such as astronomical units, light years,
>>> parsecs, and so on. That would require a preliminary show on rates
>>> of speed and reckoning distances from indirect evidence, and then
>>> developing the space distances from that basis. Since Neil
>>> deGrasse Tyson got me into this situation with his Cosmos series,
>>> we should get him to do that show.
>>> I'm sure he could fit that into his schedule. <nose grows 2 cm>
>>> Now that would increase our listener base... I don't think it
>>> would bring in many new hosts, but you never know.
>>> Charles in NJ
>>> Sent from my iPad
>>>> On May 9, 2014, at 2:31 PM, Patrick Dailey <pdailey03 at gmail.com
>>> <mailto:pdailey03 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>>> Hey, all. As of today no one has said that they plan to be at
>>> next AudioBookClub recording. No one has said that they won't be
>>> there either, so I don't know where we stand. If I've picked a bad
>>> time to record the show, someone please tell me.
>>>> There was only one other person (Colin) on the last recording
>>> me, and it was a good show (imo) because of him, but we could have
>>> definitely used more people. I believe the book club is (or at
>>> least should be) more about people than books. The idea behind the
>>> show was/is to encourage participation in HPR, and to lower the
>>> barrier to entry as much as possible. If it's not doing that, then
>>> I'm doing something wrong.
>>>> I don't think the show should be a monologue or a book report,
>>> I fear that we may be heading in that direction. If anyone wants
>>> to help out, please let me know.
>>>> -- Thank You, Patrick Dailey
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>>> -- Thank You, Patrick Dailey
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