September 6, 2009

Quick Thoughts: Weekly Twitter for 2009-09-06

Category: Round-Ups — By @ 7:30 pm
  • RT @karlkerschl: Wed. Comics is finished! Drawn, scripted & delivered. It's as though a million tiny black holes have opened up in my heart. #
  • CBR & Mark Waid talk about “technology advancing faster than Velocity on a caffeine high” #
  • RT @lol_spam: Spam subject: “Mass geek suicide” – Must be reaction to the Disney/Marvel deal. #
  • The term “maxiseries” needs to die. “Miniseries” does just fine for a book with a planned 12-issue run. #
  • Weird comics news of the day! RT @Robot6: Taxi explodes outside DC Comics offices. #
  • Some comics fans for #followfriday @SpeedsterSite @johannadc @collecteditions @onceuponageek @TheNerdyBird @RokkKrinn #
  • RT @lol_spam: Spam subject: “Grow Giant Snake in Pants” Someone didn't read the Evil Overlord List. Turning into a giant snake never helps. #
  • Android market has a comics category now! Sadly, it doesn’t have any comics, just novelties like canned applause. #
  • There ARE comics on the Android Market – just not in the Comics category! #

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2 responses to “Quick Thoughts: Weekly Twitter for 2009-09-06”

  1. Margaret says:

    Oh, man – GeoCities. I built so many random websites there when I was an angsty teenager. RIP SunsetStrip!
    .-= Margaret’s latest blog post: Mark Waid is Evil. And Irredeemable. Or Something. =-.

    • Kelson says:

      😀 I think you can trace a direct line of angsty teenager sites from GeoCities to LiveJournal to MySpace. I wonder what’ll be next? (Facebook seems to be primarily the 20+ crowd.)

      Trouble with losing GeoCities is that there are still comics fan sites that are sitting there, unmaintained, that either have useful information or provide an interesting look back at late 1990s fandom.