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at 23:37 on 05-03-2015
Could be because the axes on the graphs didn't have proper values marked. Lack of scientific rigour is severely punished round here. ;)permalink
- at 19:45 on 13-12-2014 permalink
at 20:05 on 30-11-2014
I'm not sure, I'm afraid. On a Macbook (which is what I'm using) you can drag two fingers in opposite directions on the track-pad and it will zoom in. That's how I did it. If you're using a...permalink
at 01:24 on 16-11-2014
The source of the latest blowup is this. The initial blowup hap...permalink
at 12:40 on 27-09-2014
They report back with findings on any problematic context and the publishers have a chance to rectify their texts. If they refuse to do so, the body files a lawsuit at the European...permalink
at 19:08 on 16-09-2014
Cheriola, I don't know anything about Germany's federal states but what you're describing in terms of policy areas sounds similar. Scotland has a fair bit of control over culture, education, ...permalink
- 23:25, 06-04-2015 on Ferretbrain Presents: The Complete Works of Shakespeare Episode 7 - King John:
SUCH a Crusader Kings game. I bet Henry was kicking himself for having accidentally awarded half his titles to his ...permalink
- 09:02, 27-03-2015 on Kickstopper: The God-Machine is Coming Down and We're Gonna Have a Party:
I wonder whether it works as well for completely new brands / products. Is there a risk of the industry becoming like West End ...permalink
- 17:44, 26-03-2015 on Kickstopper: The God-Machine is Coming Down and We're Gonna Have a Party:
I've found these last two Kickstopper articles really enjoyable, despite not having tried table-top RP since a few days in the l...permalink
- 12:20, 17-08-2014 on I Could Care Fewer:
On the subject of attempts to verbalize the extent to which one does or does not care, I've just heard someone out in the street...permalink
- 16:42, 03-08-2014 on This Town Ain't Big Enough For the Monogamous:
Aha, I just popped by to ask if people would recommend Fairyland -- I have friends who loved it, but when I...permalink
- 16:28, 03-08-2014 on Timeo Daneos et Donar Ferentes:
tombolae?:) <a href="http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=tombola... permalink