Saturday Waffling (October 5th, 2013)

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Have seen the first set of cover designs for the Wonder Woman book, now called A Golden Thread. James is, as ever, fantastic.

Those interested in James's previous astonishing work will be interested to see Eruditorum Press's new merchandise store, as promised in the Kickstarter. We've got both mugs and t-shirts based off of James's absolutely gorgeous cover for the Patrick Troughton volume. Other volumes are forthcoming, when I stop working James to death with all these book covers. But for now, if you've wanted the Troughton cover to stare at you as you drink your morning tea or to rub up against your naked body throughout the day, you now have that power. Plus, you know, you cause both James and I to get money. In this case, I'll beg on behalf of someone other than me - James does phenomenal work for way less than he's worth. He doesn't complain about this, and in fact stubbornly does things like contribute to my Kickstarter with his paychecks, but he deserves some recognition for the beautiful work he does. Go show the man how you love him.

So, I'm thinking about Tuesday content. Partially because I'm trying to figure out when I'm going to find the time to write some for this Tuesday, and partially because I'm trying to figure out what sort of content I should focus on. So. What sorts of Tuesday posts have you enjoyed? Are there topics (broadly considered) you'd like me to write about?

Right. Back to writing about Sarah Jane Adventures.

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Tallifer 4 years, 2 months ago

That is indeed a terrific image of Troughton. I cannot wait to see what else you shall provide.

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Chris 4 years, 2 months ago

Zazzle has a 50% off coupon that expires today. A bit less money per shirt for our heroes, but they'll probably sell a lot more. The coupon code is: 50OFFGEEKDAY

This code lasts all of October, but is only 20% off (but also not limited to t-shirts): AXRFG951UWQ4

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Mike 4 years, 2 months ago

I don't know if this input really leads to any sustainable ideas, but I found your posts on Chelsea Manning, the brokenness of academia, and the practicalities of writing and publishing interesting and important.

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jane 4 years, 2 months ago

I'll second. A weekly entry on some current event or real-world issue would greatly aid in the blog's dedication to material social progress.

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timber-munki 4 years, 2 months ago

Not a fan of reading fiction online, so that kind of stuff interests me as well.

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Anton B 4 years, 2 months ago

I'd be okay with you metaphorically taking a line for a psychchronographic walk stream of consciousness stylee. In other words you should take Tuesdays to write * Samuel L Jackson as Nick Fury voice* 'what you damn well like!'

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Kit Power 4 years, 2 months ago

I was going to say something similar before thinking, 'nah, no-one else will dig that, it's just because I'm such a politics/current affairs junkie'. :)

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Calico 4 years, 2 months ago

Heavy Barrel (Data East)

;)

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Calico 4 years, 2 months ago

This please.

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Philip Sandifer 4 years, 2 months ago

http://nintendoprojectresumed.blogspot.ca/2013/08/welcome-back-my-friends-to-show-that.html

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Philip Sandifer 4 years, 2 months ago

All righty. We'll see what we can do. Those are bloody time-consuming, though if I stop writing them as 6000+ word epics I might have an easier time with them. :)

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Alex Antonijevic 4 years, 2 months ago

Honestly, your output is staggeringly huge. I don't know anyone else who could consistently write this much content every week for the amount of time you've been doing this. Don't feel like you need to give us something every day, because we don't want you to get burned out.

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Calico 4 years, 2 months ago

Well that is just absurd and lovely.

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Calico 4 years, 2 months ago

And, it seems like a good time to mention: I actually found your blog, not through the sickening amount of time I've spent on Doctor Who internetdom, but through a link on Dinosaur Comics, praising your NES psychochronography, years ago.

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jane 4 years, 2 months ago

Six-hundred words should be enough to fire up the rest of us. :)

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Dave 4 years, 2 months ago

Wait I'm pretty sure that's how I found it, too! I think. It's all a touch hazy.

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Dave 4 years, 2 months ago

Wait I'm pretty sure that's how I found it, too! I think. It's all a touch hazy.

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