By elimination, the dot in the middle of Australia must cover Adelaide,
Darwin and everything in between. The dots seem to be state-based.
At 12:14 PM 31/12/2006 -0800, you wrote:
>Yes, Leif, there you are up in the warming north, But who is that big red
>dot on Hudson's Bay or in the middle of Australia or .....?? Silent
>Of course, if Elina were to organize a proper map............!!
>On 12/31/06, David Preiss <email@example.com> wrote:
>>Thanks all for making of XMCA one of the truly global academic exchange
>>forums existing in the social science. May all of you have a year without
>>being exposed to violence, prejudice and xenophobia. And may all of us have
>>the benefit of choosing reasonable, common sensical leaders, that lead this
>>poor planet to peace, prosperity, and environmental recovery!
>>On Dec 30, 2006, at 4:17 PM, Mike Cole wrote:
>>The year ends as it began with many unfinished conversations, too many
>>interesting articles to read and discuss, and the knowledge that
>>if you have a question relating to mind, culture, and activity, someone
>>is almost certain to provide you a hint along the way and provide
>>new food for thought.
>>Attached is a portrait of your activities the past month...... and by far
>>not the busiest of the year. What a shame we cannot hear from all those
>>people from so many interesting countries, each with their own
>>on the complex issues that unite us, even as our world positions
>>Happy New Year.
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