Re your edit to List of bridges in Cambridge, your terminology doesn't agree with that at River_Cam#The_lower_and_middle_river and at River_Cam#From_Jesus_Lock_and_the_Backs_to_Grantchester, but  would seem to agree with you, so River Cam apparently needs to be changed?
Next Vernor Vinge novel
Thanks for adding the link to Charlie Stross's comment on Nicholas Whyte's post ... but I've reverted it (yeah, I know that sounds silly). Why?
- CS got the title wrong.
- Comments on blogs are not acceptable sources on Wikipedia.
- We already mention The Children of the Sky in the "Life and work" section.
- Forthcoming books probably don't belong in a "Bibliography" section.
These are all minor or fixable, but together they make me a bit uncomfortable. Feel free to revert me if you disagree. Cheers, CWC 20:00, 13 August 2010 (UTC)
I'm going to merge the former Light Peak article onto Thunderbolt, and redir your page to it. But what to name it? I don't like the (Intel), I think something like (computer bus) or (expansion system)? Maury Markowitz (talk) 18:33, 24 February 2011 (UTC)
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