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November 17, 2014
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  • 9 Things You Need To Write A Novel
     
    Here, though, is the ultimate and very simple secret of writing a novel: If you write 1,000 words a day for 75 days, at the end of those 75 days you will have a novel-length-thing. This novel-length-thing may not be a great novel, or even a good novel, or even a novel, but it’s a lot closer to being all three than the nothing you had before.
     
    c/o warren ellis

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November 13, 2014
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November 8, 2014
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  • Chinatown – Westbank variant
     
    “Jay taught the game to us from memory as he had no English rules available.  He did teach some things incorrectly … but after several subsequent playings (including some with the correct rules), I (and several others) have found that we actually enjoy the game better with Jay’s misinterpreted rules.”

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November 7, 2014
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  • Streaming Services Need to Pay Songwriters Fairly
     
    Wasn’t this discussed a year ago or so? Aren’t streaming services obliged to pay the record label which in turn decides what to pay the artist (after taking a cut themselves for, er, providing digital copies or something), and prevented from discussing the contracts they sign with the record labels?
     
    “The abhorrently low rates songwriters are paid by streaming services—enabled by outdated federal regulations—are yet another indication our work is being devalued in today’s marketplace.”

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