Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Morning Coffee (9/8/15)

Back to work!

A day late, but important: The Forgotten Radical History of Labor Day

YA (and some other) authors, led by Patrick Ness, have raised over £500,000 for refugees. I'm glad to have had a very small part in that. (It's still going! Not too late! Publishers are starting to kick in matching donations at certain milestones, so head over and give a little if you can.)

Ooh, the BBC World Service is expanding, including new plans for Russia and North Korea. (I love the BBC World Service. I have it on in my car almost all the time.)

I have somewhat mixed feelings about this Wikipedia scandal. I mean, obviously the extortion part is bad, but doesn't everyone assume any sensible person/company is policing (or paying someone to police) their entry??

This is indeed a good list of New England towns to visit, but BuzzFeed clearly has no idea what the word "tiny" means. Nor "hidden." PORTSMOUTH IS NOT A SECRET, YOU GUYS.

Seeing Freedom in Their Future, Psychics Reveal All: ‘It’s a Scam, Sir’

Let’s All Laugh At This Awful Casting Notice For Moment, Shall We?

Awesome: Book or Beer?

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