Hello to new reader jolantru!
Seem to be pretty much okay.
Places You Haunt
Hey, no crying jags today. That's good.
Contemplating a POV shift from Sara to Doodle or alternating Sara/Doodle.
Spent a bunch of time this morning on constructing a playlist...113 songs and counting.
felisdemens and I are discussing a Great Summer Roadtrip. Once we decide if it'll be a New York trip or a run through the South, I'll sort through your kind offers and see which of you wouldn't mind two people crashing at your place.
Yes, this promises to be Epic. I'll bring my video camera.
* Remember that JoSelle Vanderhooft collection I was raving about? It's available now!
* haikujaguar's having a summer art sale!
* New S00j music!
* You guys! I had this Barbie doll too!
* It's Nick Mamatas Day!
A group of researchers from the LGC Chemical Metrology Laboratory in the UK havs teamed up with the University of Oviedo, Spain. Together they have developed a "laser ablation" method that makes it possible “to detect variations in the sulfur isotopes of a single hair over time”, says Science Daily. This means that scientists will be able to track a person’s movements between different countries, as the sulphur isotopes reveal changes in eating habits.
The two most abundant sulphur isotopes in hair keratin are sulphur-32 (32S), which accounts for about 95 per cent, and sulfur-34 (34S), which makes up around 4 per cent. These proportions, however, vary according to people’s diets, and, unless they take their food with them, will therefore change when people travel.
I miss Elayna. *sigh*