You risk not only losing your sub to Start Your Novel, but all your Reader subscriptions. You don't want that, do you? Click here to read the alternatives I propose. On Carolyn Nicander Mohr's recommendation, I tried Feedly and the 1-click import from Reader works. Like magic. But it only works until July 1.
Now that we got that out of the way, Here's a Sunday prompt, and Happy 4th to all my American friends.
Has an app ever ruined your life? Me, I wish I'd never heard of DICKLR. But the damn thing had such a fine Kickstarter... And the stretch goals, oh man.
So I got involved as a developer. I gelled with the team. We hung out, talked craft beers and cycling and wakeboarding. The first few days, we sizzled, man, sizzled, like grease on a hot plate.
Then Gil Blaine, the CEO, came back from his vacation. And I... How can I put it? I was initiated.
|Bug Monster 07|
by Ahmet Ozcan
Lucy V. Hay suggests 5 career strategies for writers.
You can follow her on Twitter - @Bang2write
The Big Think editors bring you a 5-minute drill: How to negotiate like a pro.
You can follow them on Twitter - @bigthink
This is from Wiley: Someone has studied the time-dependent properties of mayonnaise flow.
Oh, science, we love you. Follow @wileytweets if you're so inclined.
Uut Poetry sniffed out 10 minimalist quotation posters you should hang at home.
Can't find Uut Poetry on Twitter. Boo-hoo.
David Brin meditates on the difference between Science Fiction and Fantasy.
Hint: It's political. You can follow His Beardiness on Twitter - @DavidBrin