Just a note that posting will be sporadic at best in the near future. Various commitments will leave me with uncertain and likely limited internet access, leading to this collection of miscellaneous linkage from the past week:
- Plenty of buzz in the blogosphere regarding the groping incident at the Hugo Awards ceremony last weekend.
- Meme Therapy asks, What is the strangest thing that you believe to be true?
- The Western College Hockey blog has a couple items of note. First, he points out something I have been wondering about for a while. At least one sports league appears to have banned Gary Glitter so hopefully the USHL and NCAA will join in keeping the pedophile’s “Rock and Roll Part 2” out of arenas. More notable, Chris has begun his preview of the upcoming WCHA season and there’s plenty of Stampede alumni to be found.
- I wonder where the new South Dakota conservative blog got the idea for its name and URL?
- As of Thursday, Google Book Search allows downloads of full copies of books in the public domain.
- While I don’t view the season quite as favorably, Abagail at Asking the Wrong Questions has an adroit analysis of Deadwood‘s supposedly last season.
- Solar Flare begins a weekly Sci-Fi Carnival, a round-up of blog articles or posts on SF or fantasy. (Via Big Dumb Object.) has begun the
- Added to the blogroll: Lifehacker and Signs of Witness.
Gonna travel the world is what I’m gonna do
Then come back and see you
All I ever do is struggle and strive
If I don’t do anybody any harm, I might make it back home alive
“Nettie Moore,” Bob Dylan, Modern Times