[links] Link salad trudges back to the hospital
The Acts of Whimsy cancer fundraiser is still live. It has made goal, but additional support is always welcome, especially given my new complications. Please check it out if you have not done so yet.
A final update from Waterloo Productions on their Kickstarter — Including a video segment I find very hard to watch.
Digital Doesn’t Matter: Reinventing the Advertising Industry — A friend of mine from a long time ago has an interesting Kickstarter project about advertising and media in the digital age.
Release Schedule Shift — Apocalypse Ink Productions announces my nonfiction book on the craft of writing is scheduled for an August release.
Disney developing new ‘Star Wars’ stand-alone movies — hese movies will not be part of the new trilogy announced last fall when Disney bought Lucasfilm for $4 billion. Last month, “Star Trek” director J.J. Abrams was named director of the new “Star Wars: Episode VII,” which will kick off the next three movies in the saga and is tentatively scheduled for release in 2015.
Site plagiarizes blog posts, then files DMCA takedown on originals — Wow. And way to go, WordPress hosting. Smooth move.
Evidence moles can smell in stereo — Really?
York fights Leicester for right to Richard III remains — It’s the War of the Rose all over again!
Huge gay marriage victory in the UK Parliament — Nice to see my cousins across the pond doing the right thing and saying “no” to senseless bigotry.
Mormons join religious right bigots in filing brief in support of Prop 8 — Wrong verb in that headline. Are religious bigots, not join religious bigots.
Pentagon to extend certain benefits to same-sex spouses — Another anti-gay bigotry domino falls.
Colorado Creationism Bill Dies in Committee — Color me mildly surprised. Reality-denying conservative loons have had plenty of traction in recent years.
Top Five Objections to the White House’s Drone Killing Memo — And then some, methinks. Hey, Obama, you’re supposed to be one of the good guys, damn it. Ta-Nehisi Coates with more on this, starting from a literally Orwellian perspective.
QotD?: Got doctors? Want some?
Writing time yesterday: 0.5 hours (1,000 words on a spec novella)
Hours slept: 6.5 hours (solid)
Body movement: 0.5 hours stationary bicycle
Number of FEMA troops on my block protecting women from violence: 0
Currently reading: Gulp by Mary Roach
Posted: 5:35 am Wed February 06 2013 |