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[links] Link salad has the frost heaves

I'm still taking interview questions from readers: [ jlake.com | LiveJournal ] — Thanks to those who have posted already. Will probably answer them tomorrow or over the weekend and post next Monday. This is fun.

A reader reacts to Green — Definitely not with the liking of the book. My favorite bit: Green is a bog-standard fantasy with pretensions to be more. I have achieved mediocrity!

A Hungarian commentary on Trial of Flowers

A reader reacts to my collection Dogs In the Moonlight — Not so much with the liking of the book.

A reader reacts to my Sunspin short "A Long Walk Home"

A partial review of Love and Rockets — Including some commentary on my short story, "The Women Who Ate Stone Squid", a pastiche of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Joanna Russ. Because, yes, I could.

Non Sequitur on editors

Wind and Mr. Ug — Quite a sweet video with a mathematical inclination. (Via willyumtx.)

A Bracing Look at the Unseen UniverseCentauri Dreams on dark energy. Interesting read.

Alabama Governor Insults All Seven or So Non-Christian Alabamans — The snark, she burns us. (Thanks to lt260.)

Rush Limbaugh Rips Fox News Panel For 'Slobbering' Over Obama Speech, Panel Responds (VIDEO) — Limbaugh's comments as quoted in this piece pretty much capture everything that's so very wrong with conservative America. Personally, I don't want to live in a society where having a smart, articulate, oratorical leader is a bad thing. C.f. Sarah Palin.

George Lucas Destroyed Modernity — Conservative commentator Daniel Larison compares Star Trek and Star Wars in discussing a rather odd thesis advanced by Michael Lind. Science fiction meets politics.

?otD: How cold does it have to be before you say 'enough already'?




1/20/2011
Writing time yesterday: 2.0 hours (4,000 words on Calamity of So Long a Life, Sunspin book one)
Body movement: n/a (still too damned cold to walk from hotel to gym)
Hours slept: 7.25 hours (interrupted)
Weight: n/a (no scale here)
Currently reading: Dancing With Bears by Michael Swanwick

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