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Stuff or a collection of links...

It's been a little bit since I've shared collections of links with people. So, you get them now...

From anansi133 comes Librarian Avengers. I thought I remembered something about T-shirts with the Terry Moore artwork on it but now I don't see it.

From azurelunatic comes an image that shows some things -are- proper.

From my syn list, What I'm afraid might be coming in terms of resumes. Your resume on Netspeak.

From gloriajn in seatown, Seattle seems to be one of the most literate of cities as well as #1 in bookstores per capita. Not just mountains, trees, clouds, and water but books too. It is a common sight for most people on the bus to be reading.

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It's been a little bit since I've shared collections of links with people. So, you get them now...

From <lj user="anansi133"> comes <a href = "http://www.librarianavengers.org/worship.html" >Librarian Avengers</a>. I thought I remembered something about T-shirts with the Terry Moore artwork on it but now I don't see it.

From <lj user="azurelunatic"> comes an image that shows <a href = "http://www.livejournal.com/users/bigbigtruck/117185.html" >some things -are- proper</a>.

From my <a href = "http://www.livejournal.com/users/wolfieboy/friends?show=Y" >syn list</a>, What I'm afraid might be coming in terms of resumes. <a href = "http://www.w00t-comic.net/20021217.html" >Your resume on Netspeak</a>.

From <lj user="gloriajn"> in <lj comm="seatown">, Seattle seems to be one of the <a href = "http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=literate11&date=20030711&query=most+literary+cities" >most literate</a> of cities as well as #1 in bookstores per capita. Not just mountains, trees, clouds, and water but books too. It is a common sight for most people on the bus to be reading.

From <comm="sos_usa">, we get told that the <a href = "http://wired.com/news/politics/0,1283,59606,00.html" > funding for the TIA</a> (Total/Terrrorist) Information Agency is "all but dead". Yeah again!

From somewhere or other, a primer on <a href = "http://www.indignantonline.com/eclectica/comics_white_paper.htm" >Publishing Comics on the Internet</a>.

From <lj user="tyrsalvia">, a definite once I can get enough people to play it, <a href = "http://www.geocities.com/phineus_gage_cabal/memegame.html" >Memetic Truth or Dare</a>.

From <lj user="gmoryx">, I nearly split my gut over this although many of you probably won't get the jokes involved. To play with the rumors that Fantagraphics was for sale when it wasn't, <a href = "http://www.fantagraphics.com/news/forsale.html" >Fantagraphics for Sale</a> was written and performed.

Finally, two books I want but I don't know if I can afford:
From <lj user="yendi">, a wonderful approach to the Greek mythic structure &mdash; <a href = "http://www.powells.com/cgi-bin/biblio?isbn=0807827908" >A Genealogical Chart of Greek Mythology</a> by Harold Newman
And from <lj user="rimrunner"> when I was checking my links, we have the <a href = "http://www.nightshadebooks.com/diseaseguide.html" >Thackery T. Lambshead Pocket Guide to Eccentric and Discredited Diseases</a>, Jeff VanderMeer & Mark Roberts, eds.
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