Daily Archives: May 30, 2011

Headline of the Day

Who could resist clicking on a headline like ‘Sea Monster’ Discovered Beneath Brooklyn Bridge? Not me certainly. Of course, the article is from the Fox News website, so it’s to be taken with several grains of salt. Plus, the alleged … Continue reading

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Okay, so the whole Internet hasn’t shut down after all

All right, so I did find three interesting posts after all: Mark Charan Newton wonders why secondary world fantasy usually has quasi-medieval settings and why secondary world fantasy is perceived as less relevant than SF. Some nice discussion going on … Continue reading

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The Internet has shut down for the weekend – and some other crap

The internet seems to have been largely shut down this weekend, because the Americans are off celebrating one of those American-only holidays and much of the online speculative fiction community is hanging out at Wiscon. Since there’s not much going … Continue reading

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