Also, very dawdly during my linkity time, so you get a hot mess o’ linkity again. 😀
- Ursula K. Le Guin died this week – The Mary Sue. Tor.com. Smart Bitches. Tor.com. Quote. Quote.
- “How to get started with Ursula K. Le Guin’s writing“.
- Linkity from Smart Bitches. Linkity from Inkophile.
- 12 destination bookstores.
- Emma Thompson’s diaries seem like they’d be entertaining reading.
- Rosie the Riveter also died this week. (via jmcbks)
- January 25 is NASA’s day of remembrance.
- A 2013 quote from tRump about government shutdowns.
- This year’s Women’s March did not get the coverage of last year’s.
- Snow. Snow.
- 23 recipes using lentils.
- 20 citrus recipes.
- Creamy coconut cauliflower soup.
- Chicken and wild rice bake.
- Breakfast fried rice.
- Vegetarian stew.
- One pot mushroom stew.
- Creamy vegan queso dip.
- Cheryl’s tips and recipe for making easy fake bagels.
- Many recipes using peanut butter (mostly desserts).
- Easy lemon drizzle cake.
- 10 gluten-free snack recipes.
- Gluten-free rustic olive bread.
- Gluten-free air fryer fried wontons.
- “What if wizarding America isn’t silly?“
- House symbols and mottos for an assortment of internet sites.
- Knitting linkity from kmkat. Linkity from kmkat.
- Gorgeous daily macro photos from a Minneapolis photographer.
- Montreal snow car.
- Western Canada timelapse.
- The Minnesota-shaped forest in Minnesota.
- A video about ICAD (the Index Card a Day art project).
- The danger of having an Amazon Echo and a bird that can speak.
- “Funko Pop Captain America short“.
- …That robot cat looks an awful lot like a furry Roomba.
- Pencil inception.
- Harrison Ford seems like a pretty amazing person.
- Ancient civilizations based on their level of prep/jock/nerd/goth.
- Autocorrect and anniversaries.
- Baby shower cake wrecks.
- Baby red panda! Flamingo and baby! Baby penguin!
Picture This: The Near-Sighted Monkey Book by Lynda Barry. Another good illustrated book from Lynda Barry – this one focuses mostly on drawing.
The Bloodline Feud (The Merchant Princes #1-#2) by Charles Stross. I kept tripping over the language a bit at the beginning (it seemed overly descriptive), but I got completely sucked into the story anyway and stayed up too late to finish it. So!
The Clan Corporate (The Merchant Princes #3) by Charles Stross. Make sure you have the next book on hand, because this ends on a really evil cliffhanger!
*BLAAAAAAAAANK* -Chaos (totally alive – I checked)