Daily Archives: March 9, 2009
A classmate of Athena’s, Tiffany Moyer, passed away over the weekend. The kids in her class found out about it today. It was a rough day here. If you could find a little time to wish peace to this little girl and her family, I would appreciate it.
Via the ever-awesome Doselle Young and his iPhone. Due to the photo’s spoilerrific qualities, it’s behind the cut. If you’re reading this via RSS feed and haven’t seen Watchmen yet, well, I guess you should avert your eyes right about now.
Yeah, I’m going to go with “really, NO” on this one. If you want to try to convince me otherwise, be my guest. (Context: The CNN story the above headline is clipped from)
LiveJournal seems to be down at the moment. I found out about it, naturally enough, by people on Twitter accusing me of killing it with my rage. Which, while amusing, vastly overstates my influence and/or telekinetic powers. Sorry. No, wait. Actually, it’s true. So don’t piss me off. Yes, that’s it. Update, 7:40pm: See? Back […]
Zeus the cat is passionately interested in what the birds have to say to him through the open window, and would like to subscribe to their newsletter. Or eat them. Either way. He’s not picky. In other news, as the title suggests, we have open window weather. Today, at least. Tomorrow, we have thunderstorms on […]
You might recall that when we announced BigIdeaAuthors.com we used the above illustration of an author as our icon. What you don’t know is that we have some other icons as well, designed to reflect the fact that anyone can be an author, and every author has a big idea. To see the rest of […]
Since it’s happened a few times in the last week, a plea to authors wanting to ask me about blurbing your work: DON’T. Instead, please please please read my blurbing solicitation policy here (scroll down), for the correct way to get your editor or publisher to solicit a blurb. Yes, I realize it’s jumping through […]
It was fine. It would have been even better, and possibly excellent, if someone had lopped 20 minutes from it. It wouldn’t have been difficult, since Zack Snyder let quite a few scenes drag a beat (or two, or four) longer than they needed to, possibly from a misplaced sense of textual obligation. Zack, dude, […]