Doing a bit of research into the wyrd path this morning, I came across a blog called the Well of Mimir. It’s a great name, but, “The Well of Mímir will be going on an indefinite hiatus. Please check back in the next year for
Specific instructions about how to write your first novel in just one hour.
“WRITERS – when Hemingway was stuck, he didn’t put the kettle on. He tried to write, ‘one true line.’ It works. Write one true line.” This advice came from an account called Adland this morning on Twitter, where there is only room for one true
The frequent, but seemingly random, insertion of “then” and “perhaps” into academic articles suggests a previously unnoticed warping in the space-time continuum.
The practical functions of these pens are the same. They release ink onto a piece of paper. They don’t have have features like audio recording or data storage. For the price of the most expensive pen here, a person could buy 120 laptop computers.
Before this morning, it was already known that pollster and pundit Douglas Schoen had been writing for months (12/31/10, 4/7/11, 6/8/11, 8/25/11) about the need for an alternative to the two major political parties and, eventually, about his discovery of “evidence” for a groundswell of
Today marks the 1,001st article at the independent congressional news site That’s My Congress.
The Lost Symbol is written in a compelling style, unless you stop to think about it for more than a second or two. If you’re going to read this book, do it fast, and just forget about reality.
I encourage Gunzburger not to give up the Politics1 site for good. It’s been online and active for many years, and that makes it worth quite a bit, even if that value isn’t translated into financial form at present. It would be a shame to see Ron Gunzburger devote the worthy content within his skull to the benefit of the owners of Twitter and Facebook, rather than to preserving his own independent stage.
If you’re looking for a book that you can actually enjoy reading, pick up a copy of The Graveyard Book, a longer book by Neil Gaiman, the author of Coraline.
i culd not read web pagws on iphone n it tok me 20 min to type tgis rticle on te tinny kybord