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Friday, October 9, 2009

Aggregate Twitterage

  • 11:52 @isabellegeee Neverwhere was set in London bcause that what the book was about. Ditto dark -- or at least mottled. #
  • 12:24 Today is the honey-harvest (Not a Euphemism). It will be happy and sticky. (Ditto.) #
  • 12:58 @CharityV I don't know. I just tweet. I thought Twitter had fixed some of the People With Big Numbers Not Updating problem, though. #
  • 12:59 @RizzRustbolt no, she's in Boston. But I bet she'd like to help with the bees if she was here. #
  • 13:03 The most useful thing o n the whole interwebs: Author Name Pronunciation Guide. We say our names. #
  • 14:47 @michaelsheen just read the USA Today article -- really fun. #
  • 15:02 @piedcrow he is. #
  • 17:24 The best bit of the honey harvest was finding myself in the middle of a storm of angry bees, & just being happily zen about it (& unstung). #
  • 17:44 Ms @Neverwear just sent me a link to her film of me in the storm of bees. It was fun. (The worried voice is @birdchick) #
  • 17:48 @Jon_Browne those were the days. And the toilets. #
  • 17:56 @ch1oe honey keeps forever. #
  • 18:00 My assistant, @fabulouslorrain, who never thought that she would one day become the madonna of the bees #
  • 18:01 @LKHamilton it's more about the way you move. if you flail, they sting. Move slowly and gracefully and they treat you right. #
  • 18:01 @HMSBeekeeper Wow. #
  • 18:29 Still envious that @donttrythis got interviewed by New Scientist. (Not that I ever do anything scientific, mind) #
  • 18:31 @LKHamilton if ever you come out this way I will introduce you to the bees. #
  • 19:08 @Starlsy REALLY? That made my day. #
  • 19:42 More YouTube and Bees: this is me showing Lorraine how you shake bees off frames. #
  • 19:49 @donttrythis Yeah. I bet I could do science. I'd, like invent something with wheels and things that go Sproing. Instant science. Easy. #
  • 20:06 @NicolaPatton nope. It just shakes them off the frame. #
  • 20:39 @roxycupcake97 I like all insects. #
  • 20:39 @Lindac4251 he is sensible. #
  • 21:19 You can see all of The Art of Charles Vess book DRAWING DOWN THE MOON online at - & people who look at it will buy it #
  • 22:11 Thge Boston Globe-Hornbook awards, on video. #
  • 22:25 @Vidalia why don't you suggest it to @chuckpalahniuk? #
  • 22:25 @siorghra so very very very very very very true. #
  • 22:27 @bethofalltrades ...even if she doesn't know who Elizabeth Taylor is. #
  • 23:07 @dharma_punx I completely believe you Kayla. No, honest. #
  • 00:02 @CLMacNeil I'll keep my fingers crossed for you both. #
  • 00:03 @amandapalmer so jealous. Sigh. #
  • 00:52 @amandapalmer ...and I did. I love you; sleep safe. #
  • 01:45 Ah, if @slovobooks and @octocon can resolve their differences go forward in peace and harmony, then perhaps there is hope for us all. #
  • 01:47 Okay. Short Story #1 AKA "The Thing About Cassandra", is finished and handed in. (Oh I hope the editors like it.) Tomorrow I try to wrap #2. #
  • 02:03 @tephdee I loved her poster. Really beautiful. #
  • 02:05 Hurrah. The editors (Gardner Dozois and George R R Martin) liked the story, and have bought it. So now I can stop worrying and go to bed. #
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