In loving, living memory, John Melançon 1928 – 2007
Seth Godin is spying on me. How else to explain that he just wrote: "what it means to be an author is changing for the first time in a hundred years [...] the author is the ringleader, cheerleader, ringmaster, organizer and jack of all trades of a process that might not ever end."
Sure, he claims that's his takeaway from Craig Mod's essay "Post-Artifact Books and Publishing", but it seems more likely he's been following the writing and publishing of the Definitive Guide to Drupal 7.
I failed to put the link to what i transcribed and put online ages ago, pre-CMS, pre my using Drupal, but here it is now:
The project has since been revived with new interviews and i think you can buy the original book, too: http://thisibelieve.org
Well-written story, easy to get into the main character's life, grabbed a good slice of life in the U.S. also.
Not something I usually make moral judgements about, but... Astrid...
Why sleep with the Russian guy? Why have sex with someone you don't like on any other level?
Funny, it gave me fresh respect for G cutting herself off from me so completely, though she certainly liked me in some other ways at least, I sort of understand how it was in that sense an act of strength.