civilisation at last

Google print appears to be out of beta. It knows about [“grayling”:http://print.google.com/print?id=z_GywuW3wlkC&pg=122&lpg=122&prev=http://print.google.com/print%3Fie%3DUTF-8%26q%3Dgrayling.flies%26btnG%3DSearch&sig=qFpHy1-HM1TMb2PEiOWKwQ1qVXI] [“flies”:http://print.google.com/print?id=s-0DBak5uqQC&pg=38&lpg=38&prev=http://print.google.com/print%3Fq%3Dgrayling%26ie%3DUTF-8%26id%3Ds-0DBak5uqQC&sig=KUYVbsQ1M75jwUQLBz_h1dunZfU], a lot about [“entelechies”:http://print.google.com/print?ie=UTF-8&q=entelechies&btnG=Search], less about [“rhodomontades”:http://print.google.com/print?ie=UTF-8&q=rhodomontade&btnG=Search] but not, really, much about [“Puck of Pook’s Hill”:http://print.google.com/print?ie=UTF-8&q=puck+una+catapult&btnG=Search] at all. This last search an interesting example of failed OCR, too.

Now go off and waste as much time as I have just done.

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2 Responses to civilisation at last

  1. Rupert says:

    Never mind that – did Brockman sign you up?

    R

  2. acb says:

    I like the agent I’ve got, thank you very much. I dont think Brockman could ever sell the next book I’m going to write.

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