If anyone in the Austin-ish local area wants to see this next one, let me know! I go out to College Station about once a week to check on my business there, we could easily turn one of those trips into a sf exhibit roadtrip. Not too many people know that the Cushing Library extension of the Texas A&M library system has the second-largest collection of science fiction-related private author papers and other rare items in the country. Here’s the current exhibit on display until January 2011.
I’ll be listing some of the cancer resources that have been useful to us, marginally or more, as we progress through cancer and recovery. The obvious first one to start with is the American Cancer Society, an umbrella organization that has many local chapters and handles information about many different types of cancer, including breast cancer.
And for a fun wrap-up link, gamers can enjoy this Nintendo emulator site, and play again all those games that sucked away so many productive hours in your youth.
…Well, it’s busy season up at work.
…We’re about to launch our 10th anniversary sale special which will hopefully make it even busier.
…Working like mad to put the finishing touches on the paper we’ll be taking to Arse Elektronika this year. There’s more detail over at the household blog, Words Words Words, here.
…Working like crazy (a really fun crazy) on the collaborative creative project, which you’ll start seeing signs of any day now.
…Having my brain torn apart by my novel I’m figuring out I’m going to have to redraft, and the question now is simply whether I’ll do that before or after I get through the last few chapters.
But more literally…this weekend I’ll be enjoying the hills and experiences of San Francisco with Kit, and in a couple of weeks I’ll be taking a version of talk and paper to Israel, traveling with Steve to ICON festival in Tel Aviv.
And then, hopefully, staying home and finishing about 6 projects before the end of the calendar year.
I’ve had very little online time lately, but I’m adjusting daily routines so I can spend more time on my computer. I love comments and blog interactions, so readers keep in touch!