I’m not feeling so good, so I’m mostly posting links. But they’re good ones! Marvelously fun toy: Killjoy Cooking With the Dungeons & Dragons Crowd Gays marry, world does not end
Dance Off with the Star Wars Stars 2008
That man roped me into another messaging thingie, Plurk. If you’re already a member, I’m TechnoMom there, of course. I can’t really blame him, since Twitter seems to be down all the time. Pownce never really took off, did it? I wish Plurk had a desktop client, though. I must say that I find Twitter’s excuses […]
You’d better learn to recognize the warning signs, just to be safe.
This is truly cool. It’s a limited edition, hand-printed “knitting tarot” deck. I learned about it via new LJ friend . They aren’t releasing many images, apparently, unless you’re a friend of theirs on Flickr. What I can see looks very clean and simple.
It was a nice, boring day, which means I don’t have much to talk about. Happily, other people do. Open Relationships: What the World Already Has is a very good post over at Huffington by Jenny Block. I hope to read more from her. I definitely intend to get a copy of her book, Open: Love, […]
Read it phonetically. When I’m really tired, I fall back into the Alabama accent. Made it to my appointment this morning. Made it to Katie’s appointment on the other side of the world. Then the car wouldn’t crank. In fact, it wouldn’t do anything at all. Not even the automatic door locks were working. No […]
Would any of you who are involved with multiple partners, or who have been so involved, whether or not you identify as polyamorous, be willing to take a research survey? You don’t have to give any individual identifying information at all, if you don’t want to. Multiple Partners Survey From the site: Thank you for your interest […]
Does anybody know what happened to Zooomr? They started out as a promising competitor to Flickr, and I recall hearing good things about their API. Katie, Sam, and I joined back in 2006 when they were giving away free, lifetime Pro accounts. I had linked to a photo on their servers in an old blog […]
There’s an essay over at The Village Voice that you want to read before it goes away: “Why I Am No Longer a ‘Brain-Dead Liberal’ ” by David Mamet Here’s a brief excerpt. This is, to me, the synthesis of this worldview with which I now found myself disenchanted: that everything is always wrong. But in my […]