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Facebook

Wednesday September 26th 2007, 6:24 pm

Signed up for Facebook too, just to see what that was all about.
I’m really finding myself unimpressed with all the social networking sites. Every once and a while I flirt with the idea of going over to Ning and making my own, perhaps a literary/arts sight that wasn’t as focused on making you type in […]





Changes

Saturday November 18th 2006, 6:11 pm

I’ve been making some changes to the site. For most of the existence of “Version 3,” I’ve used it as a “datamine”—that is a link collector where I could store links to things I found interesting or useful. However, there’s a website that specializes in that sort of thing, called Del.icio.us, which has some features […]





Edward Champion’s Return of the Reluctant » Twenty-One More Reasons Why Litbloggers Are Evil & Unethical

Wednesday June 14th 2006, 5:16 pm

Edward Champion’s Return of the Reluctant » Twenty-One More Reasons Why Litbloggers Are Evil & Unethical
Subjects: blogging, humor





Is it ethical to sell books from your website

Tuesday June 13th 2006, 2:22 pm

CRITICAL MASS: Our Promise to You: No Buzz Marketing
I say: there is nothing inethical about selling books from your website. In related news, click the amazon.com link on the lower right.

Subjects: books, blogging





Wired News: You, To, Can Right Like a Blogger

Thursday April 27th 2006, 3:41 pm

Wired News: You, To, Can Right Like a Blogger
“There’s a case to be made that the internet has actually helped improve the quality of writing in general,” said, well, we’ll call him “Topsy.” I leaned in close to see if any alcohol was present on Topsy’s breath. Detecting nothing beyond the usual halitosis, I surmised […]





Writers to Bloggers part III

Monday April 24th 2006, 12:15 pm

Why I shut down my blog. By Sarah Hepola
I had come to this realization before, but the moment would pass, and I would find myself percolating with small, quotidian stories that I wanted to share: This funny thing happened on the subway; you’ll never believe what so-and-so said. Not revelations by any means, but I […]





Bloggers = book deals part deux

Tuesday April 18th 2006, 10:41 pm

Scott Lynch, 27: Living a Writer’s Fantasy
Lynch is American, and was discovered in 2004 by Gollancz publishing director Simon Spanton, who found excerpts from Lynch’s gritty fantasy debut posted on his web journal and snapped up world rights. Two years on, The Lies of Locke Lamora has found an American publisher in the shape of […]





Bloggers = book deals

Sunday April 09th 2006, 7:27 pm

Apparently “books based on blogs are selling like hotcakes.” How did I not get in on this trend? I practically invented blogging.

Subjects: internet, publishing, blogging





Not Just Another Column About Blogging - What newspaper history says about newspaper future. By Jack Shafer

Saturday January 28th 2006, 5:40 pm

Not Just Another Column About Blogging - What newspaper history says about newspaper future. By Jack Shafer
Subjects: journalism, blogging





The truth about blogs

Tuesday January 24th 2006, 2:23 pm

Courtesy User Friendly
Subjects: comics, humor, blogging





 
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