Intro. [Recording date: August 30, 2016.]

Presented by hosts Rhonda Batchelor of The Malahat Review and Christine Walde of Archives and Special Collections, University of Victoria Libraries, Prompts from the Past will introduce the wealth of material housed in Special Collections and explore ways in which this rich source might be tapped for creative projects. The second half of the session features a brief writing workshop, guided by Micaela Maftei, where interested participants can view selected items from the collection in order to produce a short piece of creative writing.

Mormonism at the Crossroads of Philosophy and Theology Essays in Anne Frank House then and now

1) Does anyone have any thoughts about best practices or things to consider for using, or not using, 2FA. For example, if using 2FA, might it be preferable to use a second sim card for 2FA purposes?


After all, the web is a big place now.

It's time for web servers to handle ten thousand clients simultaneously,don't you think?

Serve many clients with each server thread, and use asynchronous I/OThis has not yet become popular in Unix,probably because few operating systems support asynchronous I/O,also possibly because it (like nonblocking I/O) requires rethinking your application.


aio_write()) to start I/O, and completion notification (e.g.

With less than two weeks to go before the deadline for our annual , we're inviting readers and CNF writers alike to read a recent interview with Lee Maracle, contest judge for this year's $1,000 prize. This interview was conducted by Jane Eaton Hamilton.

Angus Deaton: No, no, no, I understand that--

Into his eighth decade, with over 100 publications to his name, Bowering has two Governor General's Literary Awards, one each for poetry and fiction, and has been prolific in all forms, including drama and nonfiction. But in fairness, there may yet be people who haven't read Bowering—or at least, there were before this reviewer agreed to write the piece you're currently reading, before I found myself blitz-reading his 2012 memoir of adolescence, Pinboy, and the 1967 debut novel Mirror on the Floor, desperate to find out more about this Delsing character.

signals or completion ports) to know when the I/O finishes.

If you're already well-acquainted with George Bowering's work, then as the author's winking persona George Delsing warns the reader in "Ardell," the final story in 10 Women: "I think you might want to skip the next paragraph."

Good for both network and disk I/O.

JEH: What are you looking for in a creative nonfiction manuscript? What characteristics strike you and make you know this particular manuscript is a winning text?