Daily Archives: September 2, 2008

Playing With Chrome

Which is to say I’ve downloaded the new Google browser and have been playing with it today. Early thoughts: Meh. It’s okay so far. It doesn’t compel me to switch my default browser from Firefox, but it’s not bad. I’ll play with it some more and let you know what I think.

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Suddenly It All Makes Sense

I think I’ve figured it out. The vetting process for Sarah Palin as McCain’s VP makes sense if: Every single person on McCain’s vetting committee is a sleeper cell Democrat. Discuss.

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Attention Authors: More Big Ideas Needed

Fellow authors (and related editors, publishers, and publicists), if you’ve been asking yourself, “Hey, how do I promote this book I will soon have in the stores, to up to 40,000 unique readers daily, all of whom have some interest in the written word?” I may have a solution for you. As you know, I […]

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In A World Without The Guy Who Says “In a World”

Don LaFontaine died yesterday. You’ll miss his voice, even if you didn’t really know who he was:

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Whateveresque Registration Open, 9/2/08

If you’ve been pining for the opportunity to join Whateveresque, the Whatever reader forum, de-pine yourself this very moment, because from now until 10pm this evening, you can register! Go now! Fulfill your destiny! And, also, write some posts and chat with other Whatever readers without waiting for me to set the topic and so […]

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Attention Fans of Patrick Rothfuss

Tobias Buckell has The Best Picture of Pat EVAR™ (and a contest to go with it). If you don’t click through right now, you will regret it all your days. I’m totally serious, folks.

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Whatever X, Day II

What follows is proof Athena’s always been a primary component of Whatever: AUGUST 4, 2000: The Unbearable Cuteness of Being Athena This week’s entry into the insufferable “My Spawn Is Way Better Than Your Spawn” contest I currently have going on against every other parent on the entire planet: Hey, Athena! Where’s your head?  Now, […]

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