@yossarian proposed a great idea in chat: Make collections of links curated by our community members.
There was a discussion about whether we should explain some really basic stuff like "How to stir fry" on the blog. Argument against: We create no new value if we endlessly repeat what is alread...
Well, I'd say that we really shouldn't take "how to make tofu for beginners" not because its already out there, but rather because it should be turned into a question ("how do I make tofu?") and answer on the main site.
But yeah, I guess a list of links could work for a blog post. Not like we're overflowing with posts.
Well, remember that if its just a list of links as a blog post, it'll scroll off the blog main page (unlike if its a separate page with links), will not really be editable (posts are generally written, published, then done), won't be very findable via Google (its just links)...
It is a nice machine with enough power to really churn the ice - some of the cheaper machines had reviews saying that the paddle just pushes the mass ahead of it without really churning and forms terrible crystals.
A flame (from Latin ') is the visible (light-emitting), gaseous part of a fire. It is caused by a highly exothermic reaction (for example, combustion, a self-sustaining oxidation reaction) taking place in a thin zone. Some flames, such as the flame of a burning candle, are hot enough to have ionized gaseous components and can be considered plasma. There is, however, disagreement on this subject.
Color and temperature of a flame are dependent on the type of fuel involved in the combustion, as, for example, when a lighter is held to a candle. The applied heat causes the fuel mo...
... has a table of flame temperatures
Hey, Google Reader now tells me we have 4 whole subscribers (including me)