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

Friday, September 14, 2012

Linkee-poo is just lucky that way

Todd Wheeler has released an ebook of his short stories called Dreams Like Snowflakes.

Chuck Wendig's 25 writing mottos. "Note that the lesson here isn’t don’t care. You should care. But you should also calm the fuck down a little, is all I’m saying." Yeah, Chuck, easier said that done.

Kameron Hurley on plotting our ways out of a paper bag. "Plot is something I’ve worked hard on, but not enough for it to come easily." :: raises hand ::

What the pros wish us newbie knew about publishing. (Grokked from Cat Rambo)

The caves of Nottingham. So fargin' cool. Pointed here to I can look at all those photos again and follow some of the more interesting links. (Grokked from Jay Lake)

And in other interesting English archeology, the body of Richard III may have been found. Because we know you were worried. (Grokked from Tor.com)

The price of hugging the President. Stay classy, conservatives. It's what you do best. (Grokked from Jay Lake)

Desperately seeking scandal. What is missing is that there's no real attempt to make a factual case, just throw enough innuendo that by the time the truth eventually comes out, nobody is listening. The conservatives will believe they have their scandal because they won't change their minds from what they believe (the left isn't that much better, but at least we don't have one news organization hell bent on slander). And while we have the ten bad signs for the Romney Campaign, the people they're talking to aren't listening.

Tweet of my heart: @1dan: Tech support is applied trivia. #quoteoftheday

Alligator Quotient: I'm not sure they're keeping up with the latest schedule.

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