Noah asks one of the elves "how many doors are there in this room?" If the elf says "five", he asks him which door leads to happiness. Otherwise, he asks the other elf.
Is that something you're still interested in exploring - ethical/political issues in DW's text & implied world - and if so, is this a good place for it?
kankedort: dreadful objectivity: steampunk in Africa
Notice I do not say "African steampunk." I don't know if there is or should be such a thing. Lately I've been overshadowed, really taken ove
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Read Feature Development in Social Networking, a new original short story on Tor.com about developing for zombies.
Strange Horizons Fiction: Elsewhere, by Benjamin Rosenbaum
Elsewhere. By Benjamin Rosenbaum. 18 June 2012. There's an angle, aq, which is like breakfast in a muddy room, like the weight of the mornin
PBS autotunes Mr. Rogers, the results are tender and trippy
You may be familiar with John D. Boswell's Symphony of Science music videos, which take the titans of academic inquiry and turn their words
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There's always a guy on campus who knows of every party that's going to be held over the weekend. There's always a good couple of folks like
Bitchslap: A Column About Women and Fighting: Column 4: Lineage.
The only thing my great-grandmother ever learned to write was her own name. My mother and grandmother found sheets and sheets of paper in h