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1. Perennial Peanut Hay: No-founder, no-colic forage for your horses
Perennial Peanut Hay: No-founder, no-colic forage for your horses
Several years ago, I was introduced to perennial peanut hay as an alternative to the Orchard and Alfalfa mix I was feeding to my horses, or to the (shudder) coastal hay that was all around us. It's a high protein hay that carries many of the benefits of adding peanut oil to your horse's f...
Pets & Animals - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 00:35:28
2. Doctor Who Videos and Other Fun
You can spend hours on YouTube finding Doctor Who videos.  I know.  I think I've wasted months of my life doing it, just a few hours at a time!  So I've decided to put the best of them together into a single lens, if for no other reason than to make ti easy to find those great videos I wa...
Entertainment - Sun, 22 Nov 2009 21:32:37
3. Nicholas Chase, Chaos Magnet
Here's what I used to say: They don't call me a chaos magnet for nothing.  I've already started created lenses on some technical topics, and I'll be putting together a lens or two about my books and such, but this is the lens that ties it all together.  Stay tuned.
culture-and-society - Fri, 13 Nov 2009 03:22:19
4. JSON -- Javascript Object Notation
JavaScript Object Notation, or JSON, has recently flared into the public consciousness because of one simple fact: it can be used to overcome one of the limitations of Ajax, today's other hot buzzword. Ajax, which relies on HTTP connections from the browser to dynamically update pages without rel...
computers-and-electronics - Fri, 13 Nov 2009 02:31:35
5. Compost farming for fun and profit
One thing about recessions, they sure get people thinking about not paying so much at the grocery store. At the same time, we're thinking more about not poisoning the planet quite so much. That's where compost comes in! No more unnecessary waste in landfills, and you can grow better fruit and veg...
healthy-living - Fri, 24 Apr 2009 01:48:07
6. Darth Vader
Darth Vader is perhaps the cinematic definition of ambivalence.  Oh, there's no denying that he's evil, of course.  From the moment we saw him, back in 1977, strangling that poor rebel captain with his bare hands at the beginning of Star Wars, we knew he was evil.  And yet, there was something......
arts-and-design - Fri, 24 Aug 2007 11:24:46
7. George Lucas
George Lucas is best known as the mind behind Star Wars, and that's probably well deserved.  Even many of his other achievements, such as Industrial Light and Magic, have sprung, directly or indirectly, from the Saga.  But Lucas is also beind other classic films, such as American Grafitti and the...
arts-and-design - Thu, 23 Aug 2007 11:04:22
8. Natalie Portman
When it comes to entertainment, Natalie Portman may always be best known as Queen Amidala in the Star Wars series of films, and it's very possible that that won't bother her. Portman began acting at the age of 12 after being discovered in a pizza parlor by an agent looking for a child model. Her ...
arts-and-design - Sat, 21 Apr 2007 22:51:47
9. Ewan McGregor
It's not the kiss of death to be identified with a role as strong in the public consciousness as Obi Wan Kenobi, but sometimes it can feel like it.  But Ewan McGregor had a diverse and edgy career long before he came to Star Wars, from Emma and A Life Less Ordinary -- and, of course, Trainspottin...
arts-and-design - Fri, 13 Nov 2009 03:24:35
10. Harrison Ford
Harrison Ford is living proof that an iconic film role does not have to be the kiss of death for a career. After playing Han Solo in the Star Wars trilogy and Indiana Jones in the Raiders of the Lost Ark series, he went on to acclaim in such movies as Bladerunner, Witness, Presumed Innocent and A...
arts-and-design - Fri, 13 Nov 2009 03:25:33
11. Mark Hamill
Some people compare the careers of Mark Hamill, and say, Harrison Ford, and think that's playing Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars movies was the end of his career.  But they don't know him very well.  Mark Hamill once said that doing Star Wars provided him with enough money to have the freedom to ...
arts-and-design - Fri, 13 Nov 2009 03:23:30
12. James Earl Jones
That voice.  That incredible voice.  Even if you've never seen Star Wars, chances are you've heard the voice of James Earl Jones, even if it's only on a commercial.But James Earl Jones is more than a voice.  A groundbreaking actor, he was getting roles it was thought African Americans would never...
arts-and-design - Tue, 02 May 2006 11:38:49
13. Star Wars
Released in 1977, the original Star Wars film changed not only Hollywood and entertainment in general, but the culture itself.  This lens will look at that phenomenon. Now you might expect this guide to go in numerical order, starting with Episode I: The Phantom Menace and working its way all the...
Entertainment - Fri, 31 Mar 2006 16:07:43
14. Hugo Weaving
Agent Smith in The Matrix.  Lord Elrond in The Lord of the Rings.  And now V in V for Vendetta.  If you're a science fiction fan, you've likely seen Hugo Weaving somewhere.  And of course, there's always Anthony 'Tick' Belrose/Mitzi Del Bra in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.  Who can forget that?
arts-and-design - Fri, 31 Mar 2006 15:49:42
15. Microformats
This lens is still under construction, but includes information Anh micro formats, the practice of "tagging" your content with XML in such a way that it can be interpreted by an application.
computers-and-electronics - Fri, 31 Mar 2006 15:07:21
16. OpenLaszlo: Creating Flash movies programmatically -- and without using Flash!
OpenLaszlo is an XML and Javascript-based programming language that compiles to Flash without you ever having to touch the actual Flash application. Yes, programmatically created Flash movies are here! This lens will tell you all about it.
computers-and-electronics - Thu, 30 Mar 2006 11:21:53
17. XML Parsers
You can't get very far using XML without some kind of parser.  This lens will provide information on the different parsers that are out there, their strengths and weaknesses, and how to use them effectively.
computers-and-electronics - Wed, 08 Mar 2006 13:14:42
18. Han Solo
Han Solo is a pilot, smuggler, and hero of the Rebellion.  We first meet him in Star Wars: Episode IV, A New Hope when Ben Kenobi and Luke Skywalker are looking for a pilot to take them to the Alderaan system.  Solo takes the commission, and gets more than he ever bargained for.  Solo travels the...
arts-and-design - Mon, 06 Mar 2006 14:59:15
19. XML Schema
XML applications rely on predictability of information.  SGML, XML's predecessor, included Document Type Definitions, but for various reasons, including differences in format and lack of flexibility, XML Schema was created.  This lens will provide information on this XML validation format.
computers-and-electronics - Fri, 24 Feb 2006 20:08:37
20. Working Drafts
Public standards such as XML go through a process of approval that includes one or more Working Drafts, a Candidate Recommendation, and a Final Recommendation.  This lens will be a central location to find those Working Drafts.
computers-and-electronics - Fri, 24 Feb 2006 19:56:31
21. Anakin Skywalker
Anakin Skywalker started life as a slave. He went on to be the only human pod racer ever to survive a podrace, to be a Jedi, to be one of the greatest Jedi heroes the Order had ever known, to father both Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia. And to become Darth Vader. The Star Wars saga was originall...
arts-and-design - Thu, 23 Feb 2006 12:12:13
22. TOGAF: The Open Group Architecture Framework
TOGAF, or The Open Group Architecture Framework, is the result of 10 years of work on a US Defense Department document defining the way you define a technical architecture. It combines a methodology for designing and implementing your architecture (the Architecture Development Method (ADM)) and t...
computers-and-electronics - Tue, 21 Feb 2006 18:41:53
23. Luke Skywalker
Until the release of Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace, Luke Skywalker was the epitome of the Star Wars hero.  He was the last of the Jedi.  Raised by his Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru on the remote desert planet of Tatooine, Luke was drawn into the galactic rebellion when his uncle inadverte...
arts-and-design - Mon, 20 Feb 2006 23:03:26
24. WSDL
"Web Services" means asking one process to do something by means of a specially formatted message.  That's the most general description, of course; in most cases, we're talking about XML messages, usually in the form of SOAP messages.  But in order to make the system work, you need a way of knowi...
computers-and-electronics - Sun, 19 Feb 2006 13:16:33
25. Obi-Wan Kenobi
Obi-Wan Kenobi was once one of the greatest heroes of the Jedi order, and perhaps a symbol of one of its greatest failures. As the man who trained Anakin Skywalker, he, perhaps more than anyone else, should have seen the dangers that eventually became apparent when the young Jedi turned to the Da...
arts-and-design - Fri, 17 Feb 2006 23:55:50

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