[links] Link salad emerges from slumberland

Cascade Writers still has a few slots open this summer — Workshop with me, David Levine and Beth Meacham.

Tai Nasha No Karosha: Reflections on a Week of Blogging — Michael Chabon ruminates on being a guest blogger for Ta-Nehisi Coates, including some very funny and striking thoughts on what it means to be a novelist.

Space Invaders: Why you should never, ever use two spaces after a period. — A lovely rant. More than a bit overdone, but a lot of fun to read.

Criminal Minds Greatest Hits — Do not drink fluids near keyboard while watching. (All blame to matociquala.)

From Mud Boots to Polyester – Fashion’s Still Nothing but Shelter, Status and Sex√Recently, some rather better-dressed humans took a close look at the DNA of clothing lice and determined (based on an assumed rate of mutation) that humans first started wearing clothes about 170,000 years ago. A nifty squib from Science In My Fiction.

Asking a Rude Question — Andrew Wheeler on the Tuscon shootings and the subsequent spike in gun sales.

?otD: Captain Nemo or Little Nemo?

Writing time yesterday: 2.5 hours (revisions to Sunspin outline)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 7.75 hours (solid)
Weight: 250.8
Currently reading: Salamanca by Dean Francis Alfar

One thought on “[links] Link salad emerges from slumberland

  1. Cora says:

    The two spaces after a period thing seems to have been a US specific convention, because I’ve never done that or heard/seen anyone doing it in Germany. Of course, I taught myself to type on an early PC in the 1980s, so I missed some of the common conventions. But my mother who had typing classes and used to work in an office doesn’t use two spaces either.

    Answer of the day: Little Nemo

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