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—Nielsenhayden.com is now up-to-date once again. Whew.
Your long list of accomplishments to date has pushed the Velvet Underground shot even further down the screen. For a bleak black moment I thought it had been made redundant.
I hope a backup has been triggered. Murphy spent part of his day with me, but may be on his way to your place right now...
A grateful nation cries "Hurrah!" And yeah: backups are good.
Incidentally, http://nielsenhayden.com/electrolite/ is still up, and points to March 1.
Yes, fixing the Electrolite archive is still on the To Do list.
The Galaxy-7 domain where "Phantom Discourse" reside[s/d] expired on 21 July. I'm not sure if that's permanent or just temporary.
Oh, looky! You guys edit books! Currently!
Yay. I don't suppose you feel like also announcing Kindle/e-book publication dates (given all that spare time you have lying around)? Word is that Territory is hitting the Kindle store any day now.
Your long list of accomplishments to date has pushed the Velvet Underground shot even further down the screen.
Not many saw it, but all that did were inspired to become editors.
The "Terry Goodkind’s Phantom" link needs fixing.
Also, while we're on the subject, a link that needs fixing on the main Making Light page: in the far-right sidebar, the link to pnielsenhayden's Twitter.
Right, because in fact I was finally successful in getting Twitter to reinstate my "pnh" account, which is the one I now use. Fixed, thanks.
Also fixed Phantom; also thanks.
"Phantom Discourse" link also fixed. Although in retrospect, that is one extremely "inside baseball" piece of fanzine writing. (For what it's worth, the "Terry" repeatedly referred to in the text is Terry Carr, who died ten years earlier.)
Even further (and more picayune) link to-fixage: the main Making Light sidebar has two links for "Matthew Yglesias", which go to two different wrong URLs.
Didn't there use to be links to some of TNH's writing about narcolepsy? I miss it...
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