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Lethargic Man (anag.)
Date: 2016-05-01 22:29
Subject: Notes from Limmud 2015: The Last Jew in the Tower
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Tags:jewish-history, limmud
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Lethargic Man (anag.)
Date: 2016-04-27 22:35
Subject: Notes from Limmud 2015: Josephus and the Jews
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Lethargic Man (anag.)
Date: 2016-04-20 12:59
Subject: Notes from Limmud 2011: The Book of Jubilees and Rebecca
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Lethargic Man (anag.)
Date: 2016-04-17 14:19
Subject: Notes from Limmud 2015: How to be a Bundist
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Lethargic Man (anag.)
Date: 2016-04-14 21:53
Subject: Notes from Limmud 2015: Italy and Israel, a change of narrative
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Lethargic Man (anag.)
Date: 2016-04-12 20:35
Subject: Notes from Limmud 2015: Allied Intelligence and the Holocaust: A Reappraisal
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Lethargic Man (anag.)
Date: 2016-04-10 11:05
Subject: Notes from Limmud 2015: John Dee, the Book of Enoch, Jewish sorcery and Elizabeth Tudor
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Lethargic Man (anag.)
Date: 2016-04-06 14:01
Subject: Notes from Limmud 2012: How an English Housewife became secretary to the peace process
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Lethargic Man (anag.)
Date: 2016-04-04 18:05
Subject: Notes from Limmud 2011: Aikido and Talmud
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I"m sitting at home ill, so I thought I"d tidy up for blogging some old notes from Limmud which require going through a handout (I normally prepare these notes at lunchtime at work, where I don"t have my handouts!). I"ve got 150 sets of Jewish learning notes still in my unprocessed Jewish learning notes folder!Collapse ) </html> —Originally posted on Dreamwidth, where there are comment count unavailable comments. Please comment there using OpenID or a DreamWidth account (which you no longer need an invite code to create). Though I am leaving comments enabled on LiveJournal for a bit, please don't comment here if you can do so there instead.
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Lethargic Man (anag.)
Date: 2016-04-02 23:26
Subject: British plug design
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German plugs have 180° rotational symmetry; it does not matter which way up you insert them into their sockets. British plugs do: you can only put them in one way around, and there's separate names for the live and neutral pins, and different colours for the wires going to them: brown and blue. It wasn't until recently that it occurred to me to wonder: why? These things run alternating current: the electricity runs one way through the wires, then the other way, fifty times a second. There's really no difference between live and neutral. So why do we distinguish between them, and make plugs that have to be put in the right way up (which is not always possible with the design of some plugs or the sockets' location)?

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