Friday, March 03, 2006

Friday Link-o-Rama

Video Host Count Gore just put up an old audio interview with recently departed sf author Octavia Butler. Click on the photo of Butler to load the interview. You'll need Real Audio to listen.

The Toronto Star writes on all those effing words they use on t.v. and radio to take the place of friggin' words that would offend people.

New ruling in California courts might make Google's online publishing a lot harder.

Still hate the Nazis? Well if you have a computer you can help crack their codes.

The Guardian examines online self publishing.

This may or may not be what the old bard looked like.

Shocker. People like happy endings.

NYC Public Library to buy the private papers of WS Burroughs. I'd love to see those. Out of all of his books, I think I enjoy his dream diary the best.

Speaking of Burroughs, if you're too lazy to do cut-up the old fashioned way use the new fangled cut up machine.

Story South's nominations for this years Million Writers Awards are up. Quite a nice list.

This short writeup makes the Doug Hall show at the Numark Gallery looks interesting. I'm all for mocking tourists whenever possible (even when I'm a tourist).

For DC folks, Art-o-Matic looks like it might be happening again. They're at the organization/volunteer stage. If you're not familiar with the project, it's either the best or the worst thing to happen to art in D.C. If it forms again, I suggest going so you can decide for yourself.

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