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Saturday, May 31, 2014

Clockwork Angels: The Watchmaker's Edition wins Audie Award for package design
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We learned back in February that Neil Peart and Kevin J. Anderson's Clockwork Angels: The Watchmaker's Edition had been nominated for an Audie Award (Audie) which recognize excellence in audiobooks and spoken word entertainment. The winners were announced at the Audies Gala this past Thursday evening at the New York Academy of Medicine in New York City and Clockwork Angels: The Watchmaker's Edition came away with the win in the category of Package Design. You can check out the full list of winners in this Washington Post article. The Clockwork Angels: Watchmaker's Edition of the audiobook for Clockwork Angels: The Novel was released last March. The special package was designed by Hugh Syme and contains the seven CDs of the unabridged audiobook, a special booklet, a Clockwork Angels timeline, and an I can't stop thinking big mini poster, all packaged in a full-color WORKING clocktower. You can order one for yourself on Amazon here.

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#14 - Posted 6/2/14 @12:07PM by Runkerry

14th. My first 14th!

Nice package design, so the award is justified I guess.
#13 - Posted 6/2/14 @11:07AM by Alexfan [contact]

Filet has great texture (for some) but it lacks the real flavour of a rib steak, or something marbled with fat. Nothing beats the flavour of a well marbled steak, grilled over real charcoal. There is a steakhouse in T.O. (I believe frequented by Alex and Geddy) called Barberian's, and they retail their famous steak spice now. Put some of that on a rib steak from Costco, and voila - the greatest steak ever!
#12 - Posted 6/1/14 @10:28PM by jiminseattle [contact]

Filet mignon?
#11 - Posted 6/1/14 @9:52PM by chuteski [contact]

This thread was dead for almost 24 hours and just like that,it's popping. If you got something to say, say it, I says. That being said, I would like list my favorite barbecued meats:

#5 Pork Chops
#4 Lamb Shank
#3 Porterhouse
#2 Rib Eye
#1 Tri Tip

This list is very subjective to personal taste and what my Butcher has in stock on any given day.
#10 - Posted 6/1/14 @8:59PM by limelighter [contact]

no disrespect to him, but everything he says is repetitive. we get it.
#9 - Posted 6/1/14 @8:03PM by joerock213 [contact]

When your "list" is over 50 songs long, it defeats the purpose of a list. It's just half the band's catalog. That's all.
#8 - Posted 6/1/14 @5:10PM by Enigmaticus [contact]

Sorry, I had provided you with the wrong link, please try this

link

instead.
#7 - Posted 6/1/14 @5:03PM by Enigmaticus [contact]

#6 - Posted 6/1/14 @4:54PM by Enigmaticus [contact]

#5.

Why, what exactly are you implying? ;-)

That I have an excessive amount of free time on my hands, perhaps? No, actually I am a severe control freak and workaholic who has not had a "proper vacation" in over 25 1/2 years. If I choose to spend my spare time in helping to insure Rush's eventual immortality, then where is the harm in that? Did you start actively supporting Rush's Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction nearly 17 years ago? Did you use your spare time while working part time and attending college to support and design a website that had promoted "art rock," or "progressive rock?" If you did, then I heartily applaud your effort.


This link is a testament to the fact that effort was made so many years ago.
#6 - Posted 6/1/14 @4:54PM by Enigmaticus [contact]

#5.

Why, what exactly are you implying? ;-)

That I have an excessive amount of free time on my hands, perhaps? No, actually I am a severe control freak and workaholic who has not had a "proper vacation" in over 25 1/2 years. If I choose to spend my spare time in helping to insure Rush's eventual immortality, then where is the harm in that? Did you start actively supporting Rush's Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame 17 years ago? Did you use your spare time while working part time and attending college to support and design a website that had promoted "art rock," or "progressive rock?" If you did, then I salute your effort.
#5 - Posted 6/1/14 @4:22PM by mark one [contact]

post 4 I think you need to find something to do

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