User talk:Worrydream

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Looks like I stepped on your edit in MRAM. You might want to check the history and see if there's anything in there worth saving -- I changed quite a bit so the edits might not make as much sense now. Maury 20:47, 10 July 2006 (UTC)

Bloom County books[edit]

I did not realize that you had reordered the books in chronological order for clarity. You have a good point for ordering the books this way, so I changed it back, added some additional info, and kept a differentiation between collections and anthologies. Thank you for contacting me about it. --Dynamite Eleven 06:46, 27 December 2006 (UTC)

Regarding Michael Bywater page[edit]

"Transient internet drama" (surely too early to say that's the case) has more of a place on Wikipedia than censorship. Feel free to move the material, but it does belong in the article.

Tenses in Wireless Energy Transfer[edit]

I don't think I agree with your tense change in Wireless Energy Transfer. I very frequently see the present tense used in historical lists like that. Is there an official Wikipedia style guide that specifies how this should be done? Bhimaji (talk) 19:52, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

Carver Mead apparent WP:COPYLINK violation[edit]

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