Tales for Canterbury — I am a contributor to a NZ charity antho in support of the recent earthquake there, with a reprint of my short story “Eggs For Breakfast”.
Fantasy Literature reviews Black Gate issue 14 — Including a very favorable mention of the collaborative story by Mike Jasper and me, “Devil on the Wind”.
METAtropolis: Cascadia reviewed in Turkish — I think they liked it, if Google’s language tools can be trusted.
Another Comment on the Eisler Decision — Dean Wesley Smith on an interesting development in publishing.
Why Preschool Shouldn’t Be Like School — New research shows that teaching kids more and more, at ever-younger ages, may backfire. (Via willyumtx.)
Coercive Sterilization? Think of the Children! — Some peculiar and discomfiting reading.
A Clever End Run Around the Movie-Streaming Gremlins — A strangely retrograde approach to movie streaming. (Thanks to my Dad.)
Equatorial Rains on Titan — The sirens they bathe in streaming starlight, wrapped by wind and wave.
Three inventions that will change the world — Shirley, Goodness and Mercy?
A take on nuclear power — Tobias Buckell on the costs of various power generation schemes.
xkcd radiates — Bad Astronomy on xkcd on a rational assessment of the dangers of radiation from various sources.
After the earthquake: A long, hot summer — A fascinating description of Japan’s real problem regarding the power plants. (Via nojay.)
100 Years of Air Strikes — The world’s first aerial bombing mission took place 100 years ago, over Libya. (Via danjite.)
Top Ten Ways that Libya 2011 is Not Iraq 2003 — Hmmm.
?otD: How tiny are your Gashlycrumbs?
Writing time yesterday: 0.0 hours (took the day off to recover)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 6.25 hours (solid)
Currently reading: A Bard’s Eye View
, ed. Michael A. Ventrella; Honeyed Words
by J.A. Pitts