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Linkblogging For 15/7/16

I’m very much hoping that on Tuesday I’ll be making a very positive announcement about the future of this blog, but right now I’m extremely unwell, and so today you only get links. First, a link I should have posted … Continue reading

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Linkblogging For 05/07/16

I’ve been away for a while, as you’ve probably noticed. Some of that was because my writing time has been taken up with a couple of other projects. Most of it, though, is because a combination of personal, professional, and … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 02/05/16

I’ve not done a linkblog for a while and I have tabs that need closing… A silly bit of DC Universe fanfic The original translations of Borges’ work into English, which Borges worked on himself, but which have been kept … Continue reading

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Linkblogging For 27/3/15

Sorry I’ve not been around or very conversational. I developed an ear infection on Monday (I suspect because my immune system was depressed by the anti-arthritic drugs I’m on, which I’ve come off again while I go through the antibiotics) … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 23/2/16

I’ve not done one of these in a while, and have about a million tabs open. Proper post tomorrow… Some suggestions on how to improve Twitter A good piece by a Labour MP laying out the arguments for basic income. … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 14/1/16

Proper post tomorrow (probably a Batpost). Links now. Bitcoin is broken Sarah Brown on the government’s trans equality report Why Florida will have to rethink its approach to executions Tim O’Neil on Bowie Paul Magrs is going to be editing … Continue reading

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Linkblogging For 7/1/16

Proper post tomorrow. For now, I’m closing some tabs… The science fiction writer’s hierarchy of doubt Scott Alexander, who does Slate Star Codex, has started a new longform serialised fiction project. I find Alexander’s non-fiction blogs alternate between incredibly insightful … Continue reading

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