What a field day for the heat
A thousand people in the street
Singing songs and carrying signs
Mostly saying, "hooray for our side"

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Linkee-poo knows that to her that ain't nothing, but to me it means everything

A little light again because of the work load. Alligator factor is "Up to Armpits."

David B Coe on transitions and chapter breaks. There's two things that are critical to master. Edited to correct name spelling. D'oh!. (Thanks, Sarah)

The 10 worst mistakes that alternate history authors make. Somewhat of interest as the more I thought about the world I created for Bladesman, the more I found those ripple effects, and that somehow my subconscious had already dealt with them. (Grokked from Tor.com)

Cat Rambo finishes up her editing class, and shares with the rest of us her general process.

With the link to Michelle's pictures of a cemetery, I commented about the iconography of the gravy yard. In case you thought I was making it up, here's one groups list. Although they touch on some of the groups that have their own headstone iconography, they don't call out some of the more famous (like woodsmen of the world). (Grokked from Camille Alexa)

Aw, the Heartland Institute has some of their internal documents released into the wild. You may remember the HI from the Climategate scandal. Also, HI has been instrumental in the spread of denialism. (Grokked from Jay Lake)

2 comments:

Christine Purcell said...

I like the alternate history mistakes. Very likely I'll repost!

Steve Buchheit said...

Christine, be my guest. The links are share and share alike. I steal liberally from other people's links (mostly Jay Lake).