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Shannon Kobran | Publishing Trendsetter

Showing some love to MN for publishing… very cool.

Bubbles in the ice on the lake. Spent 10 minutes with my kids just staring at.
mrmullin:

Tree just crushed the car across the street. Tree lined street no longer a selling point for an apartment during a hurricane.

mrmullin:

Tree just crushed the car across the street. Tree lined street no longer a selling point for an apartment during a hurricane.

Only at the renaissance festival can you see something like this and nobody gets offended. Love that festival.
awesomepeoplereading:

Christopher Plummer reads.
tintorera:

Christopher Plummer, photo by Andrew Eccles

awesomepeoplereading:

Christopher Plummer reads.

tintorera:

Christopher Plummer, photo by Andrew Eccles

(via utnereader)

Simplicity « LJNDawson

I think this is very true, especially when I take a step back and look. I design eBooks, apps, digital content in a variety of forms. From a design standpoint, I want it to look good, play well so to speak and express the content or design well. So when I see something that doesn’t, it bugs me and I have to remember to step back some times.. it’s not that often of an occurrence, I usually rant about it. 

I think the struggle that comes into play is the line between simple and too simple. Their seem to be degrees of simplicity and I think that in itself can cause issues. But simple seems to be the catch phrase and mentality right now and I think that’s great.

eBooks and ISBNs

Laura Dawson at it again, good points about isbns and eBooks and where even reporting them, isn’t always the best representation of what is going on. So much we still don’t have data on.

endlessme:

Artwork by Frank Frazetta

endlessme:

Artwork by Frank Frazetta

(Source: sandiego1978, via wilwheaton)

Anonymous said: <p>So who owns the rights to Marvelman/Miracleman now?</p>

neil-gaiman:

https://twitter.com/#!/neilhimself/status/164186216382726146

Great character that has realm potential. I think there are a variety of comic book characters that could see some interest. If there’s a way I could bring some back or get them going again, i’d do it in a minute.

The question is good as well as it is one asked about many characters. Who owns it? Are they even doing anything or just sitting on it like people with patents just wasting it away?