Hell, if I knew where to start with me, don't you think I'd have done it already?
Yes, they're all up on LibraryThing right now. Unfortunately, LibraryThing has sorta fizzled for a combination of reasons; most of my books are still in storage downstairs, and I don't have space to bring them up and sort through them; I don't have internet connection at home, so I'm limited by writing down or remembering for when I do get on-line; and I'm rapidly approaching the 200 book limit, and trying to decide if I should subscribe now, subscribe later when I have a full time connection, or not subscribe at all.
There was one Atwood that might or might not have caught my eye enough to pick up, I haven't decided yet. I, unfortunately, don't remember the title anymore, but the plot was something to the effect of a love triangle (or quadrangle?), with one of women dead and buried... until she walks into the diner where they're all eating. *shrug* We'll see if I pick it up or not.
I think this is the third time you've told me about your Vonnegut project. :) That's perfectly excusable, though, as I often do the same (and I often need to be told three times to remember, apparently). If you decide you want to reread it before I get around to rereading it, you're more than welcome to take it back; I'll just borrow it again from you later.
On the RSS feed, I haven't yet, though I might do it in the form of a live bookmark, instead. Well, not for now. For now, I'll put it on my friends page, but when I get a full time connection, I may move all my RSS feeds there.
One of the things that really surprised me about Asterix (once I was old enough to become cognizant of this) is that so much of the humor is on puns, which is inherently untranslatable. I guess with every translation, the translators have to come up with their own puns to put in those places.
You have, frequently, recommended my investigating both chaos and fractals, though this time, by connecting it to something I already like, (and having worn me down... ;p) I thing you may have convinced me. But that doesn't mean I'll get there any time soon, as you surely understand.
Yeah, the El's good for that. The classroom, too. (Comparing it, of course, to a mother chimp teaching her kids...)
You've already added Immortality to my list, buddy. And as for the rule, I'm always conflicted about which one to follow. "Read the book first, to get the story unadulterated by Hollywood." or "See the movie first, in order to enjoy them both; because if you read the book first, the changes in the movie will probably annoy you."