- New releases: Fiction Vixen (romance), Tor.com (genre benders), and Dear Author (romance)
- Linkity from Smart Bitches.
- Linkity from Inkophile.
- On bullet journaling.
Do, Think, Make, Learn
- 21 apple recipes.
- Scrambled chickpea and spinach pitas.
- Tomato-basil morning muffins.
- Brownie batter swirl smoothie. (via stars-benn)
- Chocolate and peanut butter molten lava cake. (via gilajames)
- Confetti cookie dough cake. (via stars-benn)
- My phone and tablet lock screens, for the curious. (Not that they’re cool, but sheesh, this section was looking kinda sad.)
- Linkity from kmkat.
Cool or Wha…?
- Signs. (Some are NSFW.)
- Gosh, I can’t imagine why this picnic basket shaped building isn’t selling.
- Bubblegum flavored broccoli.
- Lumberjack virtual reality game.
- Carbonated milk.
- “Mercedes working on delivery vans that deploy robotic carrier pigeons“.
- Tactical spork.
- Oh, Walmart. (via maderr)
- xkcd on exoplanets. (Hover cursor/long-press for additional text.)
- xkcd on migrating geese. (Hover cursor/long-press for additional text.)
- Simon’s Cat and toilet paper…
- Simon’s Cat takes on the trash.
- Summer cat states.
- Rivalry in the Midwest.
- “The Muppet doo-doo post“.
- Autocorrects “that are sure to work you up”.
- Back to school with autocorrect.
Tapping the Dream Tree by Charles de Lint. Another good collection of short stories set in Newford and the hills nearby.
Spirits in the Wires by Charles de Lint. This isn’t one of my favorite Newford books – it doesn’t have quite the zing of some of the other books and some of the overly specific technology bits have not aged well.
Widdershins by Charles de Lint. I don’t think I realized the first time I read this book that, because of how all the ends are tied up, this was probably the final big Newford book.
“Can’t a girl enjoy her box in peace?!” -Mayhem