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Jay Lake
Date: 2008-03-24 05:21
Subject: [links] Link salad for a travel day
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Location:PDX, Concourse C concession area
Mood:busy
Music:Airport noises
Tags:books, cool, links, mainspring, reviews, science
The Fantasy Times reviews Mainspring Powell's | Amazon | Audible ] — Not so much with the liking.

Giant starfish discovered in Antarctic waters

High tech cowboys of the deep seas — (Thanks to BBB.)

APOD with Saturn and Titan as seen from Cassini — Wow.

You'll never moonwalk aloneStrange Maps with an odd NASA rendering of Neil Armstrong's footfalls on the moon.
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User: csinman
Date: 2008-03-25 00:08 (UTC)
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"...Story line that left you with a sore gut if you don’t like bestiality."

On the bright side, that's a pretty unique quote about your work. I mean, how many people can say they had that come up in a review?

I think in the next printing they should put this on the cover.
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Brian Dolton
User: tchernabyelo
Date: 2008-03-25 11:14 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Those starfish look worryingly... Lovecraftian.

Sure they aren't left-over props from "At The Mountains Of Madness"? Oh, wait... they haven't started filming yet! (dah dum DAH!)
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Brian Dolton
User: tchernabyelo
Date: 2008-03-25 11:16 (UTC)
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Oh, and I am reminded by the Mainspring review of Howard Chaykin's "American Flagg". "Interspecies Romance! A man, a woman, and a duck!"
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David D. Levine
User: davidlevine
Date: 2008-04-02 00:30 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
The day after reading "High tech cowboys of the deep seas," I saw an article in the paper about how all of the rescued Mazdas had been scrapped, by a giant car-shredding machine, right here in Portland (rather than sell them with the unknown liability of whatever might have happened to them at sea). And now, today's paper brings the news that Titan Salvage has begun work on scrapping the wreck of the New Carissa. Small world.
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