May 07, 2009
At a Russian Nuclear Power Plant
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At the Nuclear Power Plant
Russian blogger Ilya Varlamov has paid a visit to the modern Russian nuclear plant. Normally it is forbidden to take photos there, but they have made an exception for him. So now we have a rare chance to see what’s inside of the Russian most modern power plant
MV CoilMaster Mark1 Coil Gun, at “Hacked Gadgets”
Posted by: Hanan at May 7, 2009 6:57:34 AM
The amazing blog of Laurent Gras, chef at L2O in Chicago
Similar to Ideas in Food, Experimentation in the Kitchen by Chefs Aki Kamozawa and H. Alexander Talbot
Hummus Bar & Grill.
Tarzana, CA - MMMMMMMMMMM
- have to visit there soon with Mike C
The World Famous Egg man Cape Town South Africa
From Cool Place
Posted by: Hanan at May 7, 2009 7:02:21 AM
Almost Blue — Album Covers Inspired By Blue Note Records
PS22 children Chorus sings “Don’t Dream It’s Over” by Crowded House
Posted by: Hanan at May 7, 2009 7:03:08 AM
Did I miss the reason why you have moved your blog posts to the inside of the comments? Is it linked with the pregnancy (congratulations, good luck and best wishes by the way), and I am missing the point?
I like your blog and you always have good content, but moving it inside the comments makes your blog unreadable. I have looked for other feedback and found none. Can you please explain, if you are so inclined. I miss the old version and fear you are losing readers (probably me also) with this new trend.
Posted by: Richard at May 8, 2009 11:18:58 AM
The reason I made this change is because I don't have any more time to craft the elaborate postings I've been doing daily for over 6 years. Now that I am busy, I was going to stop blogging all together. Instead I simplify the process by just posting the links at the comment section.
I hope you'll still follow whatever life is left on this blog...
Posted by: Hanan at May 9, 2009 1:49:00 PM
is there an RSS feed for your blog that spits out individual comments, blog-wide, instead of whole posts? this would solve the other richard's issue, and mine too. or, maybe you should switch to twitter...
Posted by: another richard at May 10, 2009 10:58:52 AM
Sorry, I don't know how to find this RSS of which you speak....
Also, out of the blue Typepad changed their posting software a few weeks ago, and it's all screwed up for me - I can't figure out how to make posts with the 'new improved' platform... and I'm pissed about it.
...Like I said ^ above, this is a different way of blogging, not as 'polished' maybe as before, but actually I am starting to like it... If somebody doesn't like it, oh well, they don't have to pay the monthly reading fees...
If somebody wants to come here only when notified, they can visit when there's a new post, and then scroll back and read the previous comments. I don't see why this should be such a big hassle.
Posted by: Hanan at May 10, 2009 1:03:37 PM
its not a hassle, but the old style of Grow-A-Brain was icing on the cake. Going into the comments to see what youve been up to is like having to tear off an extra sheet of wax paper surrounding the cake (Trying to avoid mixed metaphors and stay with the same food analogy, but its not easy). Anyway, I miss the old style, but I also have personal and professional lives that seem to absolutely consume every single waking minute, so I understand the need to simplify. Congrats on the family, and I hope you can turn this excellent blog into something you and your readers both enjoy.
Posted by: dave at May 11, 2009 10:38:36 AM
All right... Still, we are talking here about ONE extra click per post. That should not be such a burden...
Posted by: Hanan at May 11, 2009 9:39:44 PM
Hanan, You Rock! I kind of like the new format, and congratulations on becoming a Father!
Posted by: geno at May 12, 2009 12:47:20 AM
Basically, no photos...
Posted by: Hanan at May 12, 2009 7:15:15 AM
Hanan, I have not been by in a while. WHAT'S THIS? Having a baby? GOOD ON YA! Our house has still not sold - the market is saturated and only bottom feeders out and about spending money, so we will stay here until/if it is our time to move to New Zealand. Personally, I kind of LIKE the links-in-comments, especially if it keeps the blog going and gives you time for your family and whatnot!
Posted by: Joe Chasse' at Jan 31, 2010 7:01:51 PM