Saturday Links

Categories:Internets, LOLZ
Acadia Einstein

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!

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 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....


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


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

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

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