Falling into Autumn
Are you feeling seasonal change where you are? Down in South Africa, Willem's having spring. He's busy planting and such. But he still took the time to bring us not one, but two special reports: one is prehistoric, the other is weird trees. Sorry, they're not weird. They're bonsai, and they're pretty. Let him tell it. We're grateful for the unique combination of knowledge, skill, and cool networking that went into this double feature.
I think that one of the things that lies at the heart of who we are is the continued passion for sharing information, wonder and curiosity about the world.
We thought we'd share those words from the latest Core Team meeting. Robbie's right, you know: what's remarkable about h2g2 is that we're nosy about the world. And once we find out the answers to our questions, we can't wait to share. It's what keeps the Edited Guide growing, and the h2g2 Post appearing every week.
That, and the snark.
Speaking of snark and other desirable things, here are some of this week's contentual highlights (you provide the context):
As you can tell, we're eclectic, eccentrically fixated, and as full of snark as a pub full of Yorkshiremen. So enjoy. Read, leave comments. Help us figure out what stuff is and how it works. Share your information, curiosity, and wonder about the world.
And remember: our inbox wants you. You have a camera in your mobile. Use it for a good purpose. Don't just put the thing to your ear.
And have a good week!
Last Train to Daftsville.
Name that street.
Piano in Hyperspace.
REAPINGS AND GLEANINGS
JRR Tolkien, editor.
For all the saints.
Slowly rushing air.
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