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Cory Doctorow

Good Things Abound Online

by Patrick on December 3, 2009

I’ll start this post with a plead for you to read the comments on yesterday’s post about Rick Moody & Electric Literature’s Twitter experiment.  The great thing about writing a blog is that smart people come and leave their thoughts for you to read.  Highly recommended.  Now on to the other, also recommended stuff: Clay […]

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Whither the Blog: Technology in Fiction

by Patrick on November 27, 2009

I’m reading Cory Doctorow’s newest novel Makers right now, and one of the interesting things about the book is that it uses the verbs blog and tweet quite casually.  In other words, the novel takes place in a world where those words are perfectly normal and require no special elaboration.  Makers is a speculative novel, […]

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Last week, I posted about Cory Doctorow’s book Content, and how self-publishing and self-promoting works in the internet era (or whatever we’re all calling this era).  Danica was interested enough to ask what other books were available on the subject.  I’ve been busy, but I decided that I’d put together a post about it.  The […]

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