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, February 5, 2016

Linkee-poo hopes the world sees the same person that you’ve always been to me

Some days I wonder just what the hell I'm doing in the day job.

The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle is online for all your Latiny and Old English gratification. (Grokked from Sarah Goslee)

Need a good checklist to make sure your convention is accessible all your guests? Well, SFWA has a pretty good checklist. (Grokked from Merrie Haskell)

Terry Gilliam reveals how he did it. His cut-out animation, that is. (Grokked from Neil Gaiman)

The slow turn of cultural perceptions. In this case, about how Dads are perceived in our Western Civ. (Grokked from Marie Vibbert)

We are special. As a species. And here you see the blind spot in most science. We can not see the world except through our eyes. By the same reasoning, lactobacillus is also a special snowflake. And all life on earth is special, unlikely to have an exact analog in other biosystems. Although animals will fill similar niches, and we believe the basic functions of life would be the same, you can look at life on Earth and see how many different ways nature solves the same problems in different ways. So, we are probably unique in the universe. But so is the ant.

Tweet of my heart: @KameronHurley Agency life is weird. Many clients come and go. You have to both care VERY much (to do great work) & not at all (if work is lost).

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