Strange Horizons Fiction: Let Us Now Praise Awesome Dinosaurs, by Leonard Richardson.
Jill and Kevin’s Wedding Entrance Dance. Certainly blogged by half the web, more than 12 million views, I’m behind the curve, blah blah. I felt terrific watching this. I’m this happy being married to Ellen!
Clark’s Trading Post needs a new Wolfman! Auditions are this weekend. The Union leader has a story here. I know Janine and Janne used to drive by Clark’s and scream “Free the bears!” and that Janine at least has taught her kids to do the same…. I found the link at Making Light, a website […]
Chamblee MARTA Station, 12:50 p.m.
I just wrote this post from my phone. ... Because I could, that’s why. Sheesh.
I’ve got more to tell, and show, about the trip I took to New Orleans last month with some folks from my church. We worked on a house, mudding and sanding drywall, painting the porch, and more. We stayed at Olive Tree Village, formerly a church and now a center for housing volunteer work crews […]
I sent Stefan “a link to David Foster Wallace’s introduction to the 2007 edition of Best American Essays. I have enjoyed his magazine pieces, and own two of his books, so I sent the link unread with a promise to him to come back to it later. Stef sent back a grumpy rant about the […]
I made a Brilliant Button with Brilliant Button Maker at LucaZappa.com, and now will litter this and my other site with them. An example: This pleases me in odd, but not disturbing, ways.
A Food Timline, which seems to have explanations for when what food was discovered/exploited/domesticated. Ivan Day’s Historic Food, with sections on several types of food throughout the ages, including this interesting and in places digestively dubious page on English puddings.
Andrew Barnett, writing in a Beards thread in the Textdrive forums, called this his “near-favourite blog post evah: We Face Follicular Armageddon. Just hurry up and go read it, but don’t drink anything while you do.