Monthly Archives: August 2007

links for 2007-09-01

What’s Up Tiger Lily? – a novelette by Paul Di Filippo read (tags: sf filippo novelette)

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he’s back…

yep, they kept my guitar, safe and sound in the sluice box overnight. yay for honest alaskan bands and musicians. thanks to my sweet wife for going and retrieving my baby.

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loss

Today is a sad day. I woke up this morning, went to my car, and started taking out the stuff form the gig: amplifier, bag o’ pedals and cords, …. where’s my guitar? My lovely Gibson Les Paul studio cut out with the gorgeous black finish and cheshire cat sticker I got with my nephew […]

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Videogames Make Better Horror Than Hollywood

Word up. Videogames Make Better Horror Than Hollywood I’d only been playing BioShock for 15 minutes, and already I was trembling like a little girl. Its hard to disentangle what precisely was scaring the crap out of me. Maybe it was hearing the rumbling moans of a nearby Big Daddy, and realizing it was hunting […]

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links for 2007-08-29

Yep paper free office? you think? (tags: paperfree digitize organize business)

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the first day of my life

seriously. poignant and true, this song, and the images that go with it.

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Bright Eyes – Four Winds

oh, goodness. pure goodness.

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When The President Talks To God

Holy crap, I need to hear more of this guy.

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links for 2007-08-22

» 12 Breeds of Client and How to Work with Them reading for later (tags: webdev design web)

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reading your work

Charlie’s Diary A friend, who recently sold her first novel, wrote to me (paraphrased): “help! I’m supposed to be giving a reading from my work at a science fiction convention! What do I do?” Readings, like signings, are one of the epiphenomena of writing: not a central part of the business, but people give you […]

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