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elakdawalla
New Doug'n'Jim show posted at
http://www.planetary.org/explore/topics/ma...vers/audio.html

Enjoy!

By the way, is anyone planning on organizing and formatting the lovely transcripts that are being produced for these?

--Emily
djellison
Thanks Emily smile.gif

When I get a chance I'm going to try and do these transcripts in the same style as the Steve one with lots of appropriate images to go along with them.

I apologise for those that listen to this and go "hmm - Doug sounds funny" - I've got a bit of a cold

Keep the (sensible) questions coming in biggrin.gif

Doug
chris
QUOTE (djellison @ Apr 27 2006, 08:39 PM) *
Thanks Emily smile.gif

When I get a chance I'm going to try and do these transcripts in the same style as the Steve one with lots of appropriate images to go along with them.

Doug


Doug,

As before, I'm more than happy to take a chunk, if we can parcel them out.

Chris
djellison
If you look in the thread for each one, we've had quite a large ammount of the earlier ones done already - so by all means jump in smile.gif

Doug
Nix
Thanks Emily -and for the anaglyph-link smile.gif

This is only the second or third Q&A I've listened too (I had to install a sound-card rolleyes.gif and read the first ones in the meantime) but I've enjoyed it a lot.

Take care with that cold (or had you been drinking again, it's ok you know laugh.gif )

Nico
djellison
Well - I could try the drinking angle, but I recorded the Q'n'A on Wed PM, but was so worn out and my voice so dead afterwards, I waited till Thur AM until recording the 'top and tail' pieces and sending it over to Emily - so that's a long hangover smile.gif

Doug
ljk4-1
Should anyone ever get to visit the Sciencenter in Ithaca, New York, there
is a Wall of Inspiration commemorating over 100 scientists in all sorts of fields.

http://www.sciencenter.org/exhibits/wallofinspiration.asp

One of them is Jim Bell, whose plaque you can see here:

http://www.sciencenter.org/exhibits/woi/?s=Bell_Jim.gif&l=b

I was just informed that Steve Squyres had his own plaque
unveiled last Sunday! It is not on the Web page yet.
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