Sunday, July 26, 2009

Links: Jupiter to Mills to Kemp to Hennessy

"Ka-Ching! is a Winner or Why I'm Never Riding an Escalator Again" by Stephen Mills


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Subito Press of the University of Colorado invites submissions to its annual book competition. We will publish two books of innovative writing, one each of fiction and poetry. Submissions will be accepted from June 1 to August 15, 2009 (postmark date).


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Robin Kemp holds a copy of her first collection, This Pagan Heaven. There will be an interview with Robin published here at I Was Born Doing Reference Work in Sin.


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I hope you didn't forget----Christopher Hennessy wrote a book titled Outside the Lines: Talking with Contemporary Gay Poets.


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Praise Dolly: Jupiter is a comet block!

An object, probably a comet that nobody saw coming, plowed into the giant planet’s colorful cloud tops sometime Sunday, splashing up debris and leaving a black eye the size of the Pacific Ocean.



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Microsoft Corp., the world’s largest software maker, offered to include rival Web browsers in the Windows operating system to settle a European Union antitrust case.

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2 comments:

W.F. said...

I think the story about Microsoft is interesting in that it proves that Microsoft really doesn't see their competition coming.

Laugh if you want, but I think Google's Chrome OS is going to make a bigger splash than people think.

There are TONS of linux nerds out there, and outside of THAT particular realm of geekery, there are tons of people who want a less clunky OS.

Google Chrome OS! 2010 baby!

Christopher Hennessy said...

You are too sweet! Thanks for the link.