Archive for July, 2006
Locus Online: Locus Magazine, Cory Doctorow Commentary, July 2006
“Science Fiction is the Only Literature People Care Enough About to Steal on the Internet.”
James Wood is still still an idiot and Scott Esposito still still knows why.
DenverPost.com - Pity the poor author at those painful book readings
I nakedly expirimenting with promoting Wet Asphalt stuff on Digg. Here’s the entry for the Kelly Link Reading Versus Watching.
digg - “RVW” on Kelly Link, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Solaris
Unfortunately, there’s no subcategory in entertainment for books or novels, so I have to classify it under television. This is a sadly predicatable oversight on […]
Polluting The Blogosphere
It’s funny to hear him say this because Murphy, who founded a Tampa-based interactive ad agency called MindComet, also runs a side business that pays bloggers to write nice things about corporate sponsors — without unduly worrying about whether or not bloggers disclose these arrangements to readers. (A scan of relevant blog searches […]
Is this is golden age of the graphic novel?
This has to be the golden age of the graphic novel. Seemingly every major book publisher now has a graphic novel imprint, resulting in significant distribution for a variety of work — new, classic, foreign — and most all of it really stellar material.