is the first published Electronic Newspaper for
27 January 2000 : Volume 2 Issue 4
The last 3 sites cannot be wholeheartedly recommended as good sites to visit. However, they will probably improve, and they seem to be the best available starting points.
Web Site Reviews (BMLSS)
Just spent some time browsing around your marvellous web pages (e.g. Shoreham, Marine Life Study Society). These are inspirational, especially the wildlife news items and the readable info on marine species. Most of the environment sites are full of boring c***, your stuff is what the web was supposed to be all about!
Natural History Book Service
Words of the Month
onomatopoeia | n()matpi | n. L16. [Late L f. Gk onomatopoiia making of words, f. onomatopoios, f. as ONOMATO- + -poios making, f. poiein make, create: see -IA1.] 1 The formation of a word by an imitation of the sound associated with the thing or action designated; the principle or practice of forming words by this process. L16. 2 A word formed by this process. M19. 3 Rhet. The use of naturally suggestive language for rhetorical effect. M19.onomatopoeian a. = ONOMATOPOEIC M19. onomatopoeic a. of, pertaining to, or characterized by onomatopoeia; imitative in sound: M19. onomatopoeically adv. E20. onomatopoeics n.pl. (treated as sing. or pl.) = ONOMATOPOEIA M20
kmens()l | a. & n. LME. [Fr., or its source med.L commensalis,
f. as COM- + mensa table: see -AL1.] A adj. 1 Eating at or pertaining to
the same table. LME. 2 Biol. Of, pertaining to, or exhibiting commensalism.
L19. B n. 1 Any of a company eating at the same table. Formerly also spec.,
an oppidan at Eton College. LME. 2 Biol. A commensal
organism. L19. commensalism n. (Biol.) an association between two species
in which one benefits and the other is neither harmed nor benefited
(cf. SYMBIOSIS) L19. commensality n. the habit of eating at the same table
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 as your Internet browser is often/usually installed with some non-essential utilities absent.
the odd occasion there are 4 extras available through right clicking (check
by right clicking on the text) which I found useful on occasions. i.e.
File is available free from the Microsoft site. It is called
Computer Tips Supplementary:
Shoreham Lifeboat Station
Shoreham Airport Society
Shoreham Rowing Club
Shoreham Sailing Club
at Truleigh Hill
bySqn Ldr T Howard ToonBA CertEd MBCS CISP RAFVR(T)
AND PERSONAL HOMEPAGES
Games & Leisure
Chess: if you like chess and chess-like games and the idea of the Knight Rider, a Knight that moves as far as it likes along the Knight Lines*, the following site might appeal to you:
(* needs a rider in the explanation)
For any company or organisation wanting nationwide green publicity, there is an opportunity to sponsor the journal "Glaucus" of the British Marine Life Study Society.
There remains sponsorship opportunities on the BMLSS (England) web site and other publications, including Torpedo.
Sponsorship is also available for the Adur Electronic News Bulletin and the Shoreham-by-Sea web pages (which preceded the Adur Resource Centre web site), which would be more suitable for a local firm(s).
Normal advertisement rules
Adur Torpedo was written, designed and distributed by Andy Horton.
Links to earlier issues
(for subscribers who have downloaded the Bulletins only, and web site visitors).