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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Aggregate Twitterage

  • 04:09 Blog entry up: edinburgh: posted by Neil The Edinburgh Literary Festival tickets went on sale this.. #
  • 10:27 @Irish_Spartan thank you. But the book has been on the NYT bestseller list for 9 months now, & I think the free book at mousecircus helped. #
  • 10:35 So @davemckean will joyfully sign in Chicago, July 18th. Not sure why this qualifies for a "holy crap" headline though: #
  • 10:41 @anitacroft thanks so much! #
  • 10:55 @kmaja1 I think so, yes. I did last time. #
  • 11:53 @dymphnasis I was already in Chicago for Printers Row. Will be back in Chicago for ALA (Newbery, CBLDF panel etc). #
  • 12:10 @bitterfish *when* exactly are you writing from? #
  • 12:25 Foolish, bad Governor Strickland: Libraries are essential services. Read & RT and its links #saveohiolibraries #
  • 12:37 @delbius happpy 8monthness.Thanks for all your help from this end. #
  • 13:01 Quick straw poll for teachers out there. If we put my Graveyard Book readings on a DVD wld you want it or prefer website? Reply with #TGBDVD #
  • 13:26 For #TGBDVD purposes, I should point out that the website readings already exist - . It'd be those readings on DVD #
  • 15:35 In KNOW radio studios St Paul. Just interviewed David Sedaris for audiobook NPR piece. Now waiting for Martin Jarvis to come on the line. #
  • 15:40 @stevefuller I hope so. Interviewing the wrong Martin Jarvis would be a tragic mistake. #
  • 16:19 Martin Jarvis interview was wonderful. Hope I can get NPR to put some unedited bits on their website when it airs. He has so many voices... #
  • 18:16 - At Dreamhaven, signing stock for Greg. Here is a photo of most of what I signed. Stacks on floors and chairs ... #
  • 18:20 Thanks for all the #TGBDVD replies. Looks like97% of teachers would like DVDs and Harper Childrens just changed their mind on not doing it. #
  • 19:13 @ericoassis alas, that's not quite what I meant (as I think @joequesada knows). But thanks... #
  • 21:33 @lamaupin more to the point, what are you doing in Afghanistan in the first place? #
  • 21:50 @jonathancoulton I'll stop if you stop. You go first. #
  • 22:13 RT what a fine idea! @ChrisBarnhart: Today is Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer's Day!! #
  • 22:59 I'm just about to walk the dog in the woods at night. It feels rather more adventurous since @WoodsmanHans watched saw a bear there today. #
  • 23:31 @fishsauce unsure how you get "supports Mousavi" from is "in favour of free elections in Iran". I like democracy, not candidates. #
  • 23:32 Walked dog. Survived. You normally don't get to write that. #
  • 00:04 @mateusmarconi John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester. Or Hugh Sykes Davies. #
  • 00:08 @fishsauce not a problem. Here's a link that might explain why people all over Twitter have gone green: #
  • 00:14 So I go to California tomorrow for meetings and @amandapalmer time. I was going anyway. Nothing to do with the bear. Honest. #
  • 00:36 @HMSBeekeeper I'll be in SF in late July, and would love that, if there's time. #
  • 00:38 @fabulouslorrain you'll do it, I have no doubt. #
  • 02:31 @coycaw you are both welcome! #
  • 02:32 The way the dog behaves when we wandered outside just now very different: as if he's on guard and protecting me all the time. So touching. #
  • 02:34 @RealRobBrydon do not just consider porridge, Rob: act upon your desires! Go for the porridge! Subordinate it to your will! Consume it all! #
  • 02:47 Time for bed. I hope the bear decides to move on and go & live somewhere else. Memo to self, don't keep reading this: #
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