[links] Link salad for an Egyptian Sunday

A reader reviews The Solaris Book of New Fantasy — Including a positive but mixed reaction to my short story, “A Man Falls”.

Van Gogh’s Color Schemes Served as Pie Charts — Art guru James Gurney with a curious way of looking at paintings. I suppose this would be not unlike doing a wordle of an author’s stories.

Gibbous Europa — Another striking image from APOD, plus the new-to-me term “hydrobot“.

The Last Victorian Leviathan Steam Ship — An older Dark Roasted Blend piece on the Great Eastern. Your steam has been punk’d.

Mumbling While Cairo BurnsScrivener’s Error with some interesting thoughts on Mubarak, Egypt, and the transitions of democracy.

Egypt’s Class Conflict — Juan Cole on the power structures in Egypt, with a good dose of recent Egyptian history for those wishing to get caught up.

?otD: Red law or blue law?

Writing time yesterday: 3.0 hours (3,800 new words on Sunspin book one, plus quite a bit of WRPA.)
Body movement: 30 minutes on stationary bike
Hours slept: 7.25 hours (interrupted)
Weight: 251.2
Currently reading: One of Our Thursdays Is Missing by Jasper Fforde

One thought on “[links] Link salad for an Egyptian Sunday

  1. Cora says:

    I visited Brunel’s SS Great Britain which has been restored and is now displayed in the very same dock she was built in Bristol. Intensely cool and very steampunky.

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