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Post 1

krsnakat

Read your study on HIV and have my own theories which you may not like(journal) under guide entry of Aids a paranoid schizophrenics theory or a psychics.Krsnakat


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Post 2

Blue Bird

I have not been around for months on this site.
Thank you for writing, will have to update my entries.
The article I wrote was long time ago, since than there are many new findings. smiley - smiley Blue bird


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Post 3

waumau

Since that message just was silence! I left to do my website and h2g2 did not let me in, forgot the password. Now I am new with waumau, but my real h2g2 ID is Blue bird!! smiley - laughsmiley - oksmiley - bubbly


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Post 4

Traveller in Time Reporting Bugs -o-o- Broken the chain of Pliny -o-o- Hired

Traveller in Times smiley - tit on the Welcome-back hat
"That was merely a few months rather then several years ago smiley - winkeye "


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Post 5

waumau

You know Traveller in Times: measuring time is a human invention.smiley - erm
So may be there is time or no time, this is only for us humans lost in the Universsmiley - wah( for me sometimes in h2g2)smiley - wah that is why is good to have a guide and if you make an appointment you must have a TIME to tell you what to do when the TIME comessmiley - laugh I can be really a Wau-Mausmiley - winkeye BUT Blue Bird is my real h2g2 namesmiley - smiley and I am very happy was originated @BBC! mY RESEARCHER # IS 211101 it was that loooooooooong Time ago! smiley - laugh


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Post 6

Gnomon - time to move on

Even if you forget the password you should still be able to log in. There's an option to get your password sent to your e-mail address.


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Post 7

waumau

Thanks Gnomon. You are very kind, but the h2g2 "deleting" team is standing strongly about "deleting" stuff what ever that be!
I also was working in Collective : the interactive magazine which was shot down because of monetary shortness,smiley - wah but they still have an archives running as " The Best of Collective".
I don't know if h2g2 has an archive perhaps about those lost souls wondering in Cyberspace?smiley - run
Unfortunately this is ( in my opinion) counter productive because certainly will not put in much effort to create valuable smiley - magic
properties eventually to the wastebasket content to be burned.

What about the password? Every single day there are millions of password lost, yet even serious companies dealing with large amount of money like PayPal--- don't make big deal out of it. In seconds you have an other password.smiley - tongueout
Enjoy your Summer in Dublin where is Summer. We still waiting to see something about it and we passed the Summer Solstice couple of days ago!smiley - erm
Thanks again. The real Blue Bird smiley - laugh mascarading as waumau now.


Hey Bluebird

Post 8

Gnomon - time to move on

Nothing is ever deleted from h2g2. And you can get back your old password on h2g2 by getting the site to e-mail it to you.


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Post 9

waumau

Thank you Gnomon! I will look into it when I get a little time. I was in touch on e-mail with them, but they were not so promosing.

Anyway an other subject: I found your BIRD PHOTOS the other day! smiley - magic
( Flickr?)
They are really great.smiley - ok Now I remember that in the past my attention turned to you through photographs you made. Yeah, in compareson with other "pics" I found your photos the best!smiley - bubbly
I wonder what kind of a camera you use? How far were you from the birdfeeder taking those photos?smiley - cool
I have a "bird-sanctuary" since long time and I learn a lot from the birds. Also feed a bunch of squirrels and at night raccoons! ( So the neighbours don't know about it.)smiley - tongueout
In the suburbs it is possible to support wildlife, I am not the only one.
Thanks again. Blue Bird/now wamu til it clears up.smiley - smiley


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Post 10

Gnomon - time to move on

I've a Canon PowerShot S3 IS. It's a more elaborate camera than the usual digital snap camera, but not as big and expensive as a digital SLR. It has two features which make it very good for taking birds - it has a very powerful zoom, the equivalent of a 35 - 350mm lens on a standard SLR, giving 10 magnifications; and it has software that eliminates camera shake, so if you joggle the camera slightly, it doesn't matter. Both of these are essential if you want to get close to the birds. Those "feeder" pictures of the goldfinches were taken from 30 feet.


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Post 11

waumau

Great! Thanks for the info Gnomon.
No wonder about the quality of the pics. That is a pretty good camera. And if you had that shot from 30 feet that is really very satisfactory.
Birds and generally wildlife photos should be taken from a "blind" as they call it that you are hiding so the animals can not see you but you can be pretty close to the "objects".
I never had a set up like that-- yet. Only read about it.
I would be really ready to get a new camera. Have a Nicon the first dig. camera Don't have the quality of yours, but have published pics in Collective until BBC could afford it.
I am also with Flickr ( BlueBirdfun) but did not get involved, just looked into it.
Just too busy with so many thing, one can do only so much.
h2g2 could have a SPELLING addition! have to write on Word and copy/paste to avoid the spelling problems. Cheers!smiley - cheers
Blue bird/wamu smiley - smileysmiley - smiley


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Post 12

waumau

Unfortunately there are some texts in my h2g2 communications what has errors in them, but I can not delete them. Just have to ask: please disregard those texts if it was deleted. Sorry, but I don't think in conversation is possible to make corrections when is posted. This is the only way I can help: My apology and disregard. Thanks. Bb/wamu


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