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  • Four books finished over the last week, listed in the order in which I read 'em: 1. Blood and Iron: A Novel of the Promethean Age, by Elizabeth Bear aka the LJer also known as matociquala, whose LJ name I will never, ever be able to spell correctly without cutting and pasting.

    The truly amazing thing about McKinney's loss last night

  • Thanks to LJer James Gilmer, for posting about this originally.

    A brilliant article by Richard Morgan

  • He was a Russian LJer, a really hugely popular one, with good reason.

    We Can't Be Sad Today! It's BeastDay!

  • Despite missing an opportunity to meet up with fellow LJer, I had a great time.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • And then I found this, by LJer jaylake: I've been asked several times recently what writers should write ....

    Joan of Arkham

  • I'm sure most of you already know about this, but on the off chance you don't, OWWer and LJer melinda_goodin maintains a spreadsheet of genre book sales as reported by Locus Magazine.

    Tomorrow's The Day!

  • I had even got the Press Complaints Commission lined up, but after posting this, post, an email from one Iain Weaver who for some reason finds this livejournal worth following despite not being an LJer himself pointed out that the PCC deal with printed, not broadcasted media, and Ofcom are not likely to get Murdoch to do anything.

    Important questions

  • Some LJer on my friendslist had better check her email as soon as she wakes up.

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • An LJer in an f-locked post pointed to this news story: A University of Texas poll to be released today shows Republican presidential candidate John McCain and GOP Sen. John Cornyn leading by comfortable margins in Texas, as expected.

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • Yesterday gentleman_lech and a lovely LJer travel companion (whose handle I cannot recall) swung by Chattanooga on their way to Colorado Springs.

    February 27th, 2005


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