Linkblogging For 03/04/13

I did try recording one of my stories for podcasting today, but I need to redo it with a pop-shield, as every plosive makes it sound like the speakers are exploding. Expect something in the next week or so.
I’m hoping to have a post on politics up tomorrow, but in the meantime, links:

2000AD have expanded their range of DRM-free digital comic collections to include lots more of the Judge Dredd Case Files.

Calamity Jon Morris is making the collection of his great webcomic, Jeremy, available for free download

Andrew Rilstone has been doing some great posts on the different styles of criticism of Doctor Who. The most recent one talks about… well, about me. They’re all worth reading, though.

Dorian Wright shares my opinion on the most recent Doctor Who.

Millennium partially disagrees

Jae Kay on why he’s just renewed his Lib Dem membership, despite everything

And The first sale doctrine has been held not to apply to MP3s in the US. You might think I’d be angry about this, but actually it’s probably a good thing, as it will stop (for a time) predatory monopolists like Amazon ‘re-selling’ copies of ebooks and not paying the authors.

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6 Responses to Linkblogging For 03/04/13

  1. Jennie says:

    Anyone using “even the Twin Dilemma” as an argument loses me straight away.

    • Andrew Hickey says:

      See, for me The Twin Dilemma is the one bit of Colin’s run I still find unwatchable, just because of the brutal way he treats Peri…

      • Jennie says:

        Yes, but you have a REASON for that, you don’t just toss it out as accepted fact that no reasonable person could possibly disagree with. That was the point when I knew I wouldn’t be able to engage with the writer is all.

  2. Tilt Araiza says:

    If you want to send me a sample, I might be able to EQ out the pops.

    • Andrew Hickey says:

      Thanks, but I want to figure all this out for myself, so I can do this regularly.

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