Holy crap, I have a lot of tabs open. Internet Shenanigans: If you’re a Song of Ice and Fire fan, you might want to check out #SXSWesteros, brought to us by Jay Bushman, who ran the super-fun #cthalloween and #talkingdead … Continue reading
Category Archives: science
Gaming Will Hindmarch explores the idea of being able to skip combat the way you can skip past dialogue in some games over at Gameplaywright. Bookish Things Looots of bookselling stuff this week, cats ‘n’ kittens. SFWA, showing support for … Continue reading
It’s Friday again and, let’s face it, you’re clicking around the internet waiting for it to be 5:00. (Why else would you be here?) So, here, have some neat things that have been in my tabs this week: Book Industry … Continue reading
New blog feature, cats ‘n’ kittens! /throws confetti It’s a big ol’ internet out there, and on any given day I’ll have a ton of tabs open with interesting articles and blog posts that have caught my attention. Sometimes they … Continue reading
We just had a very brief rainstorm. Just before it ended, the sun broke through the clouds. Self, I thought, go see if there’s a rainbow. And lo, there was. Shiny!
Don’t worry, I won’t spoil last night’s Lost in this post, but I will be alluding to things that have happened this season. So, if you’re more than a month or two behind, you might want to click away. Good? … Continue reading
My grandfather died from ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease, in 1997. We didn’t know a lot about it then, and while its causes are still largely a mystery, research has brought us a long way in understanding what to do … Continue reading