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A Look Ahead at the Survivor 2002 Calendar
Let's jump ahead to next year and take a look at the Survivor 2002 desk calendar. Is it a perfect gift for the Survivor fan, or just a big paperweight?

Bird Watching With Children -- An Introduction
Here's an outstanding article by Terrie Murray of Field-Birding.com and Aviella's Inkwell. With her experience, in bird-watching, education, and children, you can't help but learn more than just a few things!

How to Look Thinner
A few simple tips on the way you dress can change your life - make you look thinner and feel happier. The clothes you choose have a lot to do with the way you look. Unsuitable, unflattering garments can really make you look your worst. The following list of hints should help you to make the best choices when you go clothes shopping.

M.A.C. Lip Glass - The Lip Gloss that Lasts - The Review
MAC Lip Glass ~ they rock!

The Iliad
This version of The Iliad by Homer was translated by Samuel Butler. It should be very helpful for those using the classical approach or "whole books."

Oh Look Out! Part 10-A The Beatles (The White Album)

Due to the album length, I bring you The Beatles (The White Album) in two parts. The Beatles did it again, with another masterpiece, described as the most diverse record in pop history. On one hand this was an amazing outcome, as at this time, The Beatles were on the verge of breaking up, and there was lots of tension. They had business meetings in the studio, beds were there, and people were always in and out. Despite this, "The White Album," is easily one of The Beatles best! Be sure to check out Part B for the remaining song titles and lyrics. This two record set was released on November 22, 1968. What is so unique about this album, is that although it is The Beatles in all their brilliance, it is actually a recording by four solo artists in one band. It is almost if you looked at each track, it would be John, then Paul, then George, then Ringo as solo artists, backed up by the band. It is in a word, phenomenal!

That New Look reviewed 4/23/01
Fun, worry free makeovers.

How to Look and Feel Younger
Your philosophy of life is the most important single factor in determining the way you look and feel. It is, after all, the basis of everything you do, whether you've consciously formed such a philosophy or not. One cannot exist without it, but many people are unconscious of having one. Luckily for us in this day and age, we all look much younger than did people our age fifty, or even thirty, years ago.

A Look Inside Survivor Insider, Episode 6
Take a look inside what people paid good money to see on the Web because they wouldn't show it on TV. Caution: Some material may not be suitable for young viewers.

RNO Roundtable: The Final Predictions
We looked at the contestants before the show began, and took another look after the merge. Now it's time for our final look at the four remaining players. Who will make it to the final two? Who will ultimately win? Let's find out what our writers think. David Bloomberg, Jeffrey Clinard, Mike DeGeorge, Peggy Keller, Charlie Reneke, Susan Schechter, Melinda Smith, and Suzanne Tromblay contribute.

Why Do Poodles Look, uhm, 'That Way?'
A personal mystery solved. The author had never considered poodle owning if it meant all poodles had to look like the Big Haired Lady from Longhorn Steakhouse. As it turns out there are reasons for The Look, that tells us poodles are, indeed, field dogs. Who knew?

You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)

Don't Look Back
Forget what lies behind you. The finish line is in front of you. The prize is waiting. Don't look back!

Oh Look Out! Part 4, Beatles For Sale

It has been said that the photo on the cover of this album, showing The Beatles with blank stares on their faces, was not exactly intended, but merely was a result of circumstances. Unlike stars of today who are pampered and spoiled every step of the way, The Beatles did not have a moment to bask in their fame between the years of 1963 and 1965. During these two years they were touring non-stop, and writing and recording new songs. Only a few times did they get a week off from touring, but during this time they were expected to write and record, and tape radio shows for the BBC. In Part 4, we take a look at The Beatles fourth album, "Beatles For Sale," released on December 4, 1964.

Oh Look Out! Part 7, Revolver

In Part 7, "Revolver," is another of The Beatles masterpieces! Released on August 5, 1966, it was the first album where The Beatles became a consummate studio band. In the studio, they had the freedom to choose exactly the right sound they were looking for in each track. What gave The Beatles the freedom to make this wonderful recording was they were supposed to begin making their third film, but no-one agreed on a script, thus The Beatles had a three-month break to do whatever they wanted. What did they do? They made "Revolver."

Oh Look Out! Part 8, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Truly a Beatles' masterpiece, we take a look in Part 8 at Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, released on June 1, 1967. Its influence came from The Beach Boy's album "Pet Sounds." As Paul McCartney said, "the album just flipped me." Although The Beach Boys were a good band, and "Pet Sounds," I believe is their best effort and a great album, there is no comparison to me between the two. What is he main difference you may ask? Simply stated, The Beatles.

Episode In-Depth: Look At The Princess, part 1: A Kiss Is But A Kiss
There's something to be said for being... different.

A Look at the Beginnings of E-Religion
How will we do religion in twenty or a hundred years from now? Will there be e-religion that people practice at home, just as they e-shop rather than going to the mall? According to Brenda Brasher, we already have e-religion, as shown in her book Give Me That Online Religion, a funny, imaginative work that is also a serious look at how online religion has gotten its start. (One of two reviews of this book.)

American Unilateralist; a Satirical Look
A satirical look at American might, the lighter side of American power, a quick look back at history…

A Look at Horse and Musket
A while ago I was lucky enough to chat with Tim Brooks, president of Shrapnel Games and Dave Erickson, designer of Horse & Musket. Their comments are incorporated into my look at their demo of Horse and Musket.

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