Though I saw it all around
Never thought I could be affected
Thought that we'd be the last to go
It is so strange the way things turn

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Linkee-poo is almost done with Fall Semester

Mary Robinette Kowal's debut author series.

Andrew Stanton's how to tell a great story TED talk as a poster.

Whatever happened to Susan Pevensie. Fanfic comes in all sizes. (Grokked from Sarah Goslee)

Tobias Buckell on Confusion in Detroit. The convention that is. Note to sell, plan to stay later on Sunday.

WANTS! Not only a nice looking house castle, but it's someplace I'd like to live (although the nearly $6000 property taxes might be a problem). I wonder if I could crowd source it? (Grokked from Rae Carson)

Logos gone bad. When I viewed the page there was an add for $5 logos. I think I see the problem. (Grokked from Dr. Phil)

The Lycanlibrarian on value of Christmas Ornaments.

The problem with stealing radioactive materials. A matter of discussion in my classes for the past few weeks.

Wormholes may be entangled black holes. Wait, what? :: brain exploded :: (Grokked from Jay Lake)

The largest true-color photograph ever taken of the night sky. Okay, well, it's a composite of 37,000 photographs, but still. (Grokked from Jim Hines)

Just who is being helped by raising the minimum wage? Here's a quick graphic. Or, in other words, the talking points of the conservatives are at least two decades out of date. (Grokked from Mary Robinette Kowal)

And why pay the low-income people more when you can continue to fleece them for the small amounts they make. Usury, it's not just for pay-day loan companies anymore.

"How do hospitals set prices? They set prices to maximize revenue, and they raise prices as much as they can — all the research supports that." (Grokked from Jay Lake)

"Being around death all the time makes you different." A mortician putting the fun back in funeral. Posted for both the in sites into the business and because of the WIP. (Grokked from the Slactivist)

Tweet of my heart: @AdviceToWriters There’s no point in writing about somebody unless they’re flawed. AARON SORKIN

2 comments:

Dr. Phil (Physics) said...

$5 logos? Man I can't tell if the jokes just write themselves or "smart ads" aren't very smart.

Dr. Phil

Steve Buchheit said...

Yea, that was a head desk moment.