- New releases: Tor.com (genre benders, scifi, fantasy) and Smart Bitches (romance)
- Cover snark from Smart Bitches.
- Linkity from Smart Bitches.
- Linkity from Inkophile.
- The Merriam-Webster Dictionary trolling tRUMP on Twitter…
- “Cheeky library signs”.
- Yeah, pretty much. On 1984 being a surprise best seller.
- Book dinosaurs.
Do, Make, Think, Learn
- Airport protests. (via darkhorse99)
- On the dangers of saying tRUMP must have a narcissistic personality disorder.
- “Art is a political act”.
- I myself am a new ACLU member…
- Some of February’s unusual holidays.
- “Security and the internet of things”.
- “Your bra size is a myth”.
- Garlicky steak and veggie bowls.
- Korean-style beef and broccoli bowl.
- Taco casserole.
- Oven-baked green bean fries.
- 25 “cozy” breakfast recipes.
- Chocolate sweet potato frosting.
- “Milliners for the Resistance”.
- The Minneapolis City Hall looks sort of malevolent in this tRUMP protest photo.
- Vintage posters for national parks.
- Nature sculptures made from old cds.
- Mountain of cats.
- Linkity from kmkat.
- “US bacon reserves hit 50-year low“. (We have bacon reserves?!)
- Kit Kat sushi.
- Sesame Street tRUMP.
- It was apparently all Delta’s fault.
- $18,000 coffee maker.
- Add a tiny soundproof room to your life.
- Dear kitties…
- Michelle Obama!
- xkcd with sugar equivalencies… (Hover/long-press for additional text.)
- Comparing birds/planes/Superman. (Hover/long-press for additional text.)
- Funny short scifi film.
- Lord Dampnut. 🙂
- Trying to take your cat to the vet.
- Autocorrect and cake.
Wireless by Charles Stross. Good collection of scifi short stories, including one from the Laundry Files (which I’d already read as a separate ebook). Some of these were mindbending. As always with Stross, I skimmed all of the technobabble and jargon. 🙂
The Atrocity Archives (Laundry Files #1), The Concrete Jungle (Laundry Files #1.5), The Jennifer Morgue (Laundry Files #2), Down on the Farm (Laundry Files #2.5), and Equoid (Laundry Files #2.9) by Charles Stross. Rereading the Laundry Files, which are mostly from the first-person point-of-view of applied computational demonologist Bob. I’m just linking to the series on Goodreads – if you’re curious, you can find my reviews from there. 🙂