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Jay Lake
Date: 2009-03-03 05:47
Subject: [links] Link salad flies through the sky like an eagle in the eye
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Tags:art, culture, fiction, language, links, personal, reviews, stories
Flash review of Flash Fiction Online — Heh. I like what the reviewer says about my story "Golden Pepper".

The Fix reviews Lone Star Stories 31, including my short story, "On the Human Plan".

The first episode of Shadow Unit season two is out there — And you know you want to read it.

Khoda — 100% hand painted animated short film

Pantalaine: Provisioners of America's finest plural clothing — Uh huh. (Thanks to scarlettina.)

Tips for William the Conqueror fanboysLanguage Log on time travel and (duh) language. With links!

What Do Truckers Have to Do With Country Music, Food Prices, and Politics? — More from Freakonomics.

Facing Counterfeiting Crackdown, Beijing Vendors Fight Back — Globalism and intellectual property collide. (Thanks to my dad.)

?otD: Which witch is which?




3/3/2009
Body movement: 75 minute urban walk (up Twin Peaks, with bonus skunk action!)
This morning's weigh-in: n/a (travel day)
Currently reading: The Confidence-Man: His Masquerade by Herman Melville; Black Blade Blues by John Pitts


Originally published at jlake.com.

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sheelangig
User: sheelangig
Date: 2009-03-03 15:46 (UTC)
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AotD: Does it really matter? What's more important is if she's angry with you or not.
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Bibbit
User: bridget_coila
Date: 2009-03-03 17:21 (UTC)
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They've been talking about the Silk Street Market crackdowns a lot here lately... what's really funny is that they are completely concentrating on the crackdowns at that one extremely tourist-oriented market.

Meanwhile, there's a local market in every neighborhood selling the same counterfeit stuff and no one bats an eye. In fact, there is an outdoor market visible from my apartment window.
The general attitude here is that the "poor Silk Street vendors" are being singled out because that's where the "rich tourists" shop.

Even the big market about 15 minutes north of Silk Street where the "rich expats" shop has been completely left alone. (Presumably because it isn't as visible to people who are only here for a few days- like IP lawyers for major brands.)

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