Just a few linky bits for you: my lovely
cousin Amy’s blog, Paul Riser’s lovely essay, the Troubleshooter site for issues with the CraftLit App (iPhone, iTouch, Droid), help build an AT-AT to make America great again (giggle), and the sock book of which my wee bitty socks grace the cover.
Please be sure to ask your LYS to stock the book.
You SHOULD be able to see an Amazon widget right below this. It’s one of the ways you can support CraftLit. By starting your Amazon shopping from this point, CraftLit will receive a portion of the profit from Amazon. Pretty nifty. If you can’t see the widget, let me know and let me know which system/browser you’re on.
Book talk begins around 15 minutes.
Listen to 205 audio.
NOTE: Trouble with the feed? Try re-subscribing. Some rogue code broke it on 203. Also, for those of you on the Droid/iPhone app, there’s now a “library” iisting for you as a SHOW extra. This lets you know which episodes go with which book.
I’m strapped by Strep, but make it to the mic for you!
Couple of links:
(book linked to from below widget) congrats to Happy Catholic Julie Davis of . WHOOT! Forgotten Classics podcast
The Elemental Journal
And don’t forget, there’s a free how-to-knit-a-sock eBook for you in the sidebar!
Book talk starts around 11 minutes.
Listen to 204 audio.
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iTunes appears to be fixed! If your iTunes feed is still broken, please let me know. It will mean something much worse is wrong.
Just a few bits and pieces:
Road Trip info, things for sale plus dog info, a contract wafer
John Bull wiki, Stockholm Syndrome wiki, Flatworld Knowledge’s nifty online textbook plan, save the world by blogging, Cooperative Press’ Kickstarter Campaign, and a new free eBook for you from me!
Some advice for men
! Donate to CraftLit in the month of April and your name will be put in the hat to win this book. The Elemental Journal
Book talk begins around 15 min.
Listen to 203 audio
Just a few things for 201— (um…not two THOUSAND one)…Judith Martin’s book “Common Courtesy” on Jefferson’s “problem” linked to in the widget below,
How To Be Aliterate article, Road Trip 2011–This Time It’s East, and that’s about it. Continue reading
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Nearly five years since we started, we hit the big two-oh-oh.
Thank you to the 70 or so of you who participated in Thing 1’s Science Fair. He’s a very happy scientist with a dumpster load of data.
Little more for you here in the shownotes, just a couple of goofy links.