This is one of those posts with lots of links in them. I should do them more regularly, because I have interesting stuff to link to and not always enough time to write long, rambling philosophical posts about shrubbery.
So, here we go. Linkies!
- The Indie Royale Lunar Bundle. Yes, it’s awesome that The Sea Will Claim Everything has been included, and will (hopefully) reach a larger audience. But the bundle also contains Cargo Commander, which is surprisingly awesome. The bundle will be available for another 13 hours at the time of writing.
- Our first children’s book has been published in Greece by Perispomeni. Θα το αγοράσετε όλοι, ε; Ε; Έτσι μπράβο.
- Over on our new site, The Secret Gates, I’ve written about Iain Banks and The Casual Vacancy.
- Killing Civilians Is More Popular Than You’d Think. Some statistics really worth considering.
- Austerity in Greece linked to serious mental, physical health decline. Austerity kills – literally.
- That Star Trek Film Wot Came Out A While Back. Al Harron pretty accurately sums up my thoughts on 2009’s Star Trek.
- Identity Politics and the PC Movement: An Historical Look. Steven Brust on the origins of identity politics.
- The Five Stages of Starseed Pilgrim. Another beautiful Electron Dance article. Maybe I should finally play this game. (Also don’t miss The Secret of Kairo.)
- Welcome to Night Vale is one of the most delightful things on the internet.