Thankyouverymuch, email inbox announcement, but I really don't think I need to take the author branding course in January. From the keyword analysis, people in the past three months have googled seeking
Lincoln's love letters, Jason O'Mara, the writer's fork, Romancelandia, timeslips, Vortex traveler, Concord Vortex Massachusetts (Holy Revolution, I missed a vortex in Concord???), Joaquin Phoenix, jaho, native american word, the sixth sense unreliable narrator, lederhosen physics, burlesque painting, red velvet hot cocoa salem ma, doppelgangers, haunted swing, a wrinkle in time, weird barbie dolls, mysterious man in a phone booth, 37 separate inquiries referring to time travel or time traveler in photo
and come here. If author branding is essentially the collective sum of all things out there, I'd say these sum it up nicely. With a few exceptions, of course. My heroes never wear lederhosen.
Lest you think I'd let a primo link go to waste, I offer up the 2011 calendario romano. Twelve months of holy-cow-what-a-waste! priests of Rome. Oh, and a teaser for 2012.
Speaking of calendars, graphic designer Alex Griendling created a 2011 Time Travel Calendar filled with 95 references to time travel in pop culture in one timeline. From Back to the Future to Lost, he covered it all. I'd wish him success with sales, but he's almost sold out his third printing. Find it at alexlikesdesigns.
When we look up at the night sky, we are essentially traveling in time because of the years it takes for a star's light to reach us on Earth, right? The new Google Sky Map application takes it one step further. Download it and you can find out what the night sky looked like on the day you were born, or-say-the day Fabio was bitch-slapped by a goose on a roller coaster, or even a year from now when NBC will replace some great time travel drama with Shotputting With the Stars.
And for the bibliophile whose space is at a premium, Levitate Architects of London offers this solution
complete with a skylight in the loft bedroom above so each step is a reading nook. Awesome.
Scattered, yes, but my favorites condensed to a manageable list, so all was worth it.
Last movie seen: Hitchcock's I Confess (thus the beautiful Monty)
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