Still exhausted. I overnapped yesterday and so did not get to Diesel. :(
Still going smoothly! *crosses fingers*
I will be reading "Pruzy's Pot" at the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Reading. You have no idea of the scale of the gleeful cackling over here.
Also, Rhysling voting is open. Oh, do I have a lot of poems to read for the short-poem category. And if you liked "When Her Eyes Open", I hope you'll vote for it. (What's the protocol for nominees? Don't vote in the category you're nominated in, or just vote for other poems?)
Lots of Shayara background-world stuff swirling in my head. Time time I need *time*.
Symphony of Science: The Case for Mars
Let's go exploring right now you guys.
* How to write non-Anglocentric, non-racist, non-colonialist steampunk.
* Calvin Minus Hobbes.
* Ms. Magazine interviews FEMINIST HULK. I love this.
The first instances of sonoluminescence were documented in the mid-nineteen-thirties, when scientists experimenting with naval sonar noticed that sound waves, when traveling through water, could sometimes create a bluish glow. Small bubbles would emit flashes of light in ways that could only be termed ‘aces'.
Volunteer training, and I need to write a BARCC blog post and do DPH paperwork, too. I will almost certainly nap my afternoon away. Date night with feste_sylvain!