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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Aggregate Twitterage

  • 10:59 @EmilyJillette I can't believe I'd never asked how you met. That's wonderful. #
  • 11:10 RT not the Stones song @theindelicates: Sympathy For The Devil from the NEW Album Songs For Swinging Lovers...... #
  • 11:32 Good morning universe. You look a bit like a Thursday to me. I think it's something about the clouds. #
  • 12:23 @nihiofkdi actually, the Lucifer series was by Mike Carey. #
  • 12:25 The @bloomsburybooks just twittered to say that ALL the Coraline, WolvesinWalls, 2 Gold fish screensavers at now work! #
  • 12:27 @harveyjames IS there a Neil Gaiman random phrase generator? #
  • 12:29 No, it's Wednesday. Which is probably a good thing. It just feels like a Thursday, sitting dully in the blind spot of the week. #
  • 12:33 (via @damiengwalter Is there a source of Gaiman / Mckean desktop wallpapers anywhere?) Hi Damien. Yup! Lots at #
  • 12:44 @madfishmonger in PC? The OSX CORALINE doesn't seem to be up... #
  • 12:47 Got it. The site doesn't have CORALINE screensaver. The wallpapers are too low in resolution. #
  • 12:50 @jcnyc72 from which one? Can you let @bloomsburybooks know. #
  • 12:58 @Paul_Cornell terrifyingly, I think I could write a really good Paul Regenerates episode #fb #
  • 13:02 I'm nominated for an author blog award for this twitter feed. Huzzah! How odd. And congrats to all the nominees at #
  • 14:01 @Paul_Cornell you mean, you aren't already? #fb #
  • 14:29 @Paul_Cornell okay. Cosmic Hobo it is, then. I think you may be a touch more impetuous and non-sequitur. But still fundamentally decent. #
  • 16:21 @limebat but both easily solved by googling. #
  • 16:37 A real Neverwhere floating market in Chicago, as a benefit? April 19th... details at #
  • 16:40 @adorkablegrrl great! I loved the Jonathan Ross interview. #
  • 16:48 No, I won't be there. I'll be in Chicago on the 17th, doing an EVENING WITH NEIL GAIMAN for the CBLDF though #
  • 20:16 @katebornstein I long ago decided that the Other Side want things to be banned and censored, not Ours. If there are sides. Keeps it simple. #
  • 20:32 @PinkBatPrincess true. I just watched a recent internet "ban this" storm-in-a-tea-cup sell a *lot* of CDs. #
  • 20:34 @ShamanOfHedon what an astonishingly sensible post. #
  • 23:15 @popelizbet you really think only governments can attempt to ban or censor things? #
  • 23:20 @Deathnerd it's a videoconference... #doesnthaveaticket #
  • 23:25 @popelizbet What's your take on this, then? #
  • 23:30 @popelizbet I summarise the whole case here #
  • 23:44 @popelizbet Best to let it drop & agree to disagree on definitions of banning and censoring. It's not a 140 character sort of a discussion. #
  • 23:46 @popelizbet (Here's my overlong opinion on why you should stand up for art you don't like, at ) #
  • 23:53 @popelizbet As long as they've actually seen or read it. Or you get Python's Life Of Brian not shown because people preemptively protested. #
  • 23:54 @kellysue does that work? Can we get a do-over on dud days? #
  • 23:59 @popelizbet I think the solution to art you don't like/find offensive is not to go, not to talk about it, not to publicise it. Let it die. #
  • 00:05 ODD AND THE FROST GIANTS nominated for a Kentucky Book Award: (Yay! Kentucky!) #
  • 00:08 @popelizbet I thought we were talking about publicity here. Not art. I'm all for discussing all sorts of art, including what bothers you. #
  • 00:09 @popelizbet But we are trying to use Twitter for something it was not made to do. Best to end this here. #
  • 00:13 @popelizbet If you're discussing art you must allow other people to see/hear/read the art that's problematic & make up their own minds. #
  • 00:14 @popelizbet BUT if what you want is for art you don't like to to go away, then don't go/talk about it/ etc. #
  • 00:14 @popelizbet said I'd stop. Sorry. Am now stopped. Promise. Also, sorry. #
  • 00:18 @CineFantasy I love Brazil, and would think about it, yes. #
  • 00:21 @Wossy Hurrah! It's out? I'll plug it for you. #
  • 00:27 Um. Listen, @wossy's first comic, Turf, is out and in comic shops now: here's a link to the preview at #
  • 00:27 @jamesmsmith I will put my money on Frankie the Pickle. #
  • 00:28 @kierstenwhite thank you! And thank you for the copy of Paranormalcy, which I am putting in the TO BE READ tub of books. #
  • 00:29 @CineFantasy send it to Q (at) - my assistant @fablor #
  • 00:4 8 Wonderful article by the lovely @MargaretAtwood on Why Twitter at (bonus dim "twitter is boring" comments below it). #
  • 01:20 @gerikson I'm pretty sure it's the Guardian. #
  • 01:29 @Wossy give Betty my love and tell her to send a photo of the tattoo. It seems like only yesterday Jane wasn't even pregnant yet. #
  • 02:35 @Emrrique probably because I didn't see it. #
  • 02:42 My dog's stomach is rumblesqueaking loudly enough to keep me awake. It's not just the noise. It 's the worry about what might happen next... #
  • 02:44 @Paul_Cornell wait! How could we have been so foolish as to think Cosmic Hobo was the way to go? Edwardian cricketer. That's the ticket. #
  • 02:46 It sounds like the dog's swallowed a couple of cats alive, & they're noisily fighting it out inside him. Um, that's too much info isn't it? #
  • 02:58 The scariest part of all this is that HE IS FAST ASLEEP. Happily, gloriously. How can he sleep through the noise & interior catfighting? #
  • 02:59 @Emrrique I don't remember that character. Are you sure he was i n the book? #
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