For all of my stories, my approach about the endings tend to fall into one of two categories: The “I know every detail of it and I just need to meet up with it once I get there” and “How the feck am I supposed to end this bloody thing?”. I’ll find myself getting to a certain part of the last part and just stall out,…
It’s my turn to call on the Observation Deck hive mind/human flesh search engine. In this case it’s to help me identify some books I read back either in the 1980s or ‘90s. One is an urban fantasy trilogy that I’m pretty sure someone around here has read. The other is a bit more obscure though.
*Brings before the io9 hivemind council burritos, gifs and comic books* Oh, io9 hivemind!! I need your help with something!!
...because I trust you people more than professional critics or other online sources. I'm looking for non-spoilery opinions on Into the Woods. Musicals tend to be very hit or miss with me and this is one whose source material is completely unfamiliar to me.
So I've downloaded some songs from iTunes onto my Windows 8 laptop and when I play them on my Windows media player, the playback fuction thingy doesn't work. Basically this >
So I'm making this shirt tomorrow that has this image on it with the above caption reading "Panda eats, shoots and leaves".
I am calling upon the grand io9/observationdeck Hivemind!! You guys so rarely let me down so I'm asking you for a solid.
Without looking it up, what do you know about Poland? What do you think of it?
So I'm working on my short story for the new io9 anthology and I was wondering if you guys knew of
First, do any of you have any free radio downloaders that you recommend for BBC? I would like to down The Ocean At The End Of The Lane reading but my old downloader isn't working. I'm appealing to the HiveMind for help!!
Edited to add: this sweet photo of Heinlein's head in spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace