Daily Archives: May 30, 2012
Possibly the Most Squeetastic Review I Will Ever Receive
Posted on May 30, 2012 28 Comments
It is here. I am pleased the reviewer got so much out of the book; she is very much the audience for it.
Dayton and College Graduates
Posted on May 30, 2012 32 Comments
The New York Times comes to visit Dayton, whose metropolitan area I am (barely) a resident, and to use it as a poster child for the sort of formerly prosperous manufacturing city that is now fighting to retain and attract college graduates who see New York, San Francisco or even Raleigh as a better place to […]
7th Grade is Over. Now It is Time to Eat Frosting With a Spoon
Posted on May 30, 2012 52 Comments
What? It is not customary in your tribe to eat frosting with a spoon upon the completion of the 7th grade? Strange tribe. Strange customs. We will keep ours.
And Now My Favorite Track From the New Garbage Album
Posted on May 30, 2012 10 Comments
It’s “Big Bright World”: The whole new album is pretty darn good, I have to say. I’m a Garbage fan since the first album, and there’s not really an album of theirs I don’t like. They pretty much hit all my “This is my music” triggers and always have. There’s something to be said for […]
The View From Today’s Workspace
Posted on May 30, 2012 35 Comments
It’s too nice to stay inside. Here’s the front porch with dog, cat and computer. How is your work day going?
Some Administrivia Regarding The Site
Posted on May 30, 2012 33 Comments
This is one of those housekeeping posts, mostly of interest to me and the perhaps three people out of the entire audience who give a crap about the fiddly things I do to the site. Hello, fellow OCDians! Anyway: 1. I fiddled with the sidebar slightly today, to put up a promo spot for Redshirts, […]
The Big Idea: Mark L. Van Name
Posted on May 30, 2012 8 Comments
Contrary to what the Beatles once said, love is not all we need. But it’s still high up there on the list. What does this have to do with No Going Back, the latest science fiction novel by Mark Van Name? Quite a lot, actually. MARK L. VAN NAME: I never set out to make […]
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