Saturday Links

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The new Gallery headquarters is shaping up nicely.

From now on, since I’m pretty lazy, I’m going to just post links to other sites on Saturdays.  And since I am REALLY lazy, I am going to let other people pick the links I post.  So from now on, whatever you want me to post for the next week, tell me in the comments.  NO DIRTY THINGS you animals.  I run a respectable shop here.  Just post the URL and a description of whatever the site is.  And if it is stupid I might not do it.  But if it is really stupid I probably will.  And it is fine if you repeat things.  I don’t care.  Seriously.

  • The Year of Halloween – Classy stuff from Eva Halloween.  She’s like Elvira but not on TV and with better hair.
  • Podcaturday – The site that highlights our weekly podcast.  Subscribe, listen, laugh, etc.
  • Anacron Music – Purposely UN-scene, intentionally UN-herd, and comfortably UNFAMOUS… Lovely music for music lovers.
  • Squeefinity – Anime/manga reviews.
  • Danielle Tunstall – Horror photography and graphic design
  • Travels with Jonah – A road trip to find the “real America.”
  • Robert Bodden – probably lifehacker for hicks.  “Don’t have a door?  Pick up a shower curtain at the five and dime!”
  • A.M. Jenner – The site contains information about his books, links to where to purchase them, and a free writing school.
  • More Hip than Hippie – We’ll show you the little things you can do to be more sustainable and earth-friendly without sacrificing convenience, style, and affordability.
  • Year ThirtyOne – “I’m really smart. People always forget, because I’m so pretty.”
  • The Random Geek – Tech, humor, introspectives, music, a little bit of everything all in one place
  • Chaotic Motion – G+ page of author Adam Boenig
  • Confused Muse – RP/Collaborative Fiction, plus chat and a lot of plain silliness.
  • Papa Kenn Media – Movie reviews, skits, and general insanity.
  • Minimalist Photography 101 – uneven photography blog

That’s all I got this week.  So now we see what happens next!

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I have run the site since 2005. And I have to say I am pretty damn proud of it. I wrote the book Whalewolf (sold on Smashwords.com) and am not even close to tired so I am just going to keep going. I was born in Portland, Maine and I currently live in New York and Charlotte, North Carolina. I keep hoping that at some point all these weird rebels are gonna say: "SURPRISE!" and act normal. Eight years and counting....

2 Comments

  1. Angie P
    Angie PReply
    March 17, 2012 at 2:30 pm

    First!

  2. Eva
    March 17, 2012 at 5:04 pm

    I’m on the internet, just like a fancy lady!

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