This Is the Week That Is

BTdingbat3.gifIncoming! February 14, 2005
by your humble coëditor, Geoff Wolinetz, over at The Black Table.

Music for the Masses

500 Best Songs!

Hey, kids! Do you like the rock 'n' roll? If so, head on over to
Matthew Tobey's City of Floating Blogs
to check out the O.C.D.-enabled megalist of 500 bestest songs ever, compiled from suggestions by the Internet's finest music dweebs, among them your humble Y.P.R. coëditors.

& Recently . . .

What It's Like to Have Sex with Me by Chris Granger

David Foster Wallace, TV Guide Synopsist by Teddy Wayne

Dear Wikipedia

How to Write a Book

MMIV Wrap-Up

Selected Tips from Emily Post's Etiquette for Ukrainian Dinner Parties

Blink!
The Y.P.R. Book Club Returns!
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Y.P.R. solicits your spur-of-the-moment, off-the-cuff, split-second, ad-lib snap judgements regarding Malcolm Gladwell's Blink: The Power of Thinking without Thinking.

Send us your reviews, parodies, deleted chapters, etc. by February 28th, 2005. Blink!

Daily Newspapers:

Gazeta Wyborcza
Rzeczpospolita
Super Express
Życie
Nasz Dziennik
Trybuna
Fakt
Nie

Weekly Magazines:
Wprost (right-wing)
Polityka (left-wing)
Newsweek (Polish edition)
Najwyższy Czas! (right-wing)
Przegląd (left-wing)

Learn Portuguese!

Christ Doce! Esse prostitute é realmente um homem!
Sweet Christ, that prostitute is really a man!

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Saturday, February 1, 2003    |    Contributors' Notes

Ng, David

David Ng is a biochemist and the Director of the Advanced Molecular Biology Laboratory (AMBL) at The University of British Columbia. He has only used his 'Dr' moniker on his Safeway club card, but regrettably the cashiers there never call him Doctor anyway. His writing has appeared in Maisonneuve, Biochemical Journal, McSweeney's, The Journal of Biological Chemistry, as well as in his own literary science humour site, The Abhorrent and Secret World of Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid. Disturbingly, he has both the means and the expertise to clone himself, but (thankfully) promises he won't.

Permanently hyperlinked via http://www.yankeepotroast.org/archives/2003/02/david_ng.html