129 nodes were cooled in July 2001. There has been an adjustment to the way users C!hing writeups that could have an influence on the Page of Cool Users have less C!'s to use, but they can now use them on writeups already Chinged. This could bring notable nodes to editors and gods attentions, but it's still too early to know.

More information about the Page of Cool can be found at As Cool As It Gets. Below are categorical listings of some nodes, followed by the full list, in order of appearance.

June 2001





Repeatedly Cooled
it's not just writeups that can be cooled again. Editors and gods can uncool and recool nodes like the ones below. Usually because they think it's worth another look.
beauty of a thunderstorm
Exchanging authors
In my craft or sullen art
The Perfect Node
The Vagina Monologues
You noders still fucking suck, but your needing my wisdoms bad

HOWTOs on Everything
How to determine whether a number is divisible by 3
How to make a crossword puzzle
How to talk like Jacques Derrida
HOWTO: Synchronize your computer clock to an atomic clock

E2 related
Another lyrics write up that doesn't credit the lyricist
choosing a node title
E2 List Formatter
E2 Nodegel Visualizer
E2 Sarcasm FAQ
E2 Translators
I never thought I would node this.
Independence Day
Let Your Liver Do the Walking: An E2 Boston Hangover in the Works
Link and Link
The E2 Toronto Invitational & Scavenger Hunt ...of Peril
The Loudmouthed E2 Seattle Debauch
The Perfect Node
You Can't Earn Your Bullshit
You noders still fucking suck, but your needing my wisdoms bad

The Great E2 Fin de Siecle Fiction Challenge
the wonderful results of collaborative efforts by E2 noders continues in this oulipian challenge, of which the entries below also made it to the Page of Cool. See also exchanging authors.
Michael was special by Demeter
Movin' on up by dannye
I dedicate all my love to your hot inner beauty by ToasterLeavings

Rampant destruction, disasters, and genocide, oh my!
it's summer, and our thoughts turn to death, destruction, and more death.
Amchitka Nuclear Tests
Black Plague
Grattan Massacre
Henry Kissinger
Indian Boarding Schools
MiG-25 Foxbat
Nimrod
Pickett's Charge
Sadako and the Thousand Cranes
Sitting Bull
St. Crispin's Day Speech
The crack whores vs. hellfire
The Imperial Roman Army
Wild Hunt
World Trade Center bombing

Sight and Sound
A.I.
Birdman of Alcatraz
Blockbuster
Hammer Films
Joan of Arc
Pretenders II
Terminator
uillean pipes
violin
West Side Story
Wilhelm Scream

nodes beget nodes
the hamster penetration test
pregnancy test





Page of Cool for July 2001


Playing rough on the bed
Emma Goldman
Be a problematic duck over there.
Elmore, TX
To Wriggle, to Writhe
Teenage Dirtbag
Hammer Films
Michel Foucault
E2 Sarcasm FAQ
CowbotNeal: Commands Primer
E2 List Formatter
How to talk like Jacques Derrida
forms of poetry
violin
The Bible's Influence on Catcher in the Rye
Pale Fire
How to make a crossword puzzle
Independence Day
Comin Thro' the Rye
Fruhstuck
West Side Story
Birdman of Alcatraz
Pickett's Charge
Windows Product Activation
Broggle
Etiquette: Nose Picking
The Perfect Node
The E2 Toronto Invitational & Scavenger Hunt ...of Peril
The crack whores vs. hellfire
graffiti
World Trade Center bombing
Nimrod
True Neutral
Let Your Liver Do the Walking: An E2 Boston Hangover in the Works
Erik Satie
The Loudmouthed E2 Seattle Debauch
the hamster penetration test
E2 Nodegel Visualizer
E2 Translators
pregnancy test
Deacon Blues
HOWTO: Synchronize your computer clock to an atomic clock
Grattan Massacre
You Can't Earn Your Bullshit
How to determine whether a number is divisible by 3
My African friend
Thomas Shadwell
Pretenders II
MiG-25 Foxbat
Sadako and the Thousand Cranes
Harlow Shapley
Wild Hunt
Candiru
shishang xiaofei kuangchao
A.I.
Some thoughts about the Language of Thought
Exchanging authors
The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882
Loch Ness
John Stuart Mill
Richard Dadd
I never thought I would node this.
A Long Week Turning Thirty
Jean-Paul Sartre
23
very sweet and not at all smooth
Piltdown man
Blockbuster
Farm auctions rip me in half
You noders still fucking suck, but your needing my wisdoms bad
Every shiny fish is floating, floating, and every dark fish is at the bottom, at the bottom of the sea
Hilbert Hotel
I pray to God I can find the other sock
What do you say to someone who has just had an abortion?
Information is fractal
Amchitka Nuclear Tests
Granny Shot
pick-up volleyball
choosing a node title
ekpyrotic universe
dies irae
the sad, sad mutant handbook
Pink Triangle
Paleolithic diet
Mac OS X
Indian Boarding Schools
Sitting Bull
Normalization
Krebs cycle
Black Plague
old books can tell more than one story
Harrison Bergeron
Terminator
Another lyrics write up that doesn't credit the lyricist
The Imperial Roman Army
Pleasures of the Flesh--A tale told between blackouts
Smedley Butler
White Star Line
steampunk
A Song in Itself
The Humane Society
washing dishes
Driving in Europe: A Guide for Yanks
road turtles
Chomsky Normal Form
The Six Quarks
St. Crispin's Day Speech
Henry Kissinger
Rain in 7 flavors
blood pressure
What do guys think of girls who hook up with pseudo-random guys?
eating cherries and milk
Aquatic Ape Theory
I don't rewrite my poetry
The Vagina Monologues
When your job is keeping order, your life becomes chaos
The Great E2 Fin de Siecle Fiction Challenge
Wilhelm Scream
uillean pipes
Joan of Arc
Grepping the kernel source for 'fuck'
Link and Link
Michael was special
Movin' on up
Words Christians borrowed from Hebrew
Kansas
Why I didn't get my driver's license until I was 18
I dedicate all my love to your hot inner beauty
beauty of a thunderstorm
Rules of Inference


this is my last collection of monthly pages of cool. It takes a long time to pull all the information together, and, apparently, the powers that be are brewing up something to help keep track of these editor cool pages. in the meantime, the superdoc coolnodes is one way to see all the editor cooled nodes, in the order they are cooled (except when they are recooled, then they move further down the list...).

compiled by gnarl, May 2001

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