Living for the Revel (catvalente) wrote,
Living for the Revel

  • 09:51 Ok. Serious time. What should I do re: the Google Settlement? #
  • 09:54 @bigbadchang We'll be using an electric heater for now. #
  • 10:31 New #Fairyland chapter up! Death and the Worsted Wood: (Audio update tonight) #
  • 11:43 I've opted out of the Google Settlement. Should be /my/ decision to put books out there for free. Reader-piracy is 1 thing. Google piracy? #
  • 11:44 @grailquestion Authors can opt out of having their books indexed and digitized on Google without payment beyond a one time pittance fee. #
  • 11:57 @greygirlbeast I agree. I just can't sign over all my future books to a company that wants to pay me crap now, & never be able to choose. #
  • 12:12 @rosefox I'm missing context... #
  • 13:22 @grailquestion You should really post about it then, because there are a lot of stories floating around about it and no one seems to be sure #
  • 13:23 Oh my god, I am sitting in my Tardis with a pumpkin candle and coffee and my german shepherd. Bliss. #
  • 15:16 New rule: unless you have personally been abused by a literary academic in some fashion, you do not get to shout about how evil they are. #
  • 15:19 @solveetcoagula Bloom is just this guy, you know? Do you get mad at all grandpas just because yours can't be trusted with the remote? #
  • 22:24 I'm re-reading The Secret History. Maybe I'll like it better this time? #
  • 22:35 I wonder what era The Secret History is supposed to be. The behavior & way the kids talk is straight 1920s. But it's clearly not the 20s. #
  • 22:51 @yendi It's not helped by her invoking The Great Gatsby early on. They all sound like they're right out of Fitzgerald. #
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