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Juli 2012

Space: 1889 & Beyond Series Two

… is almost upon us and they have got an updated and very neat logo: I will of course keep you posted as soon as the first novellas of the series are released. And talking of Space: 1889 & Beyond: The review of „Dark Side of Luna will hopefully be …

Having a smoke in the olden days

Now here is an Ætheweb find I did not expect. I was always under the impression, previous generations were tougher than we are. ou know, walking 30 miles every morning to school, up-hill, both ways,in a terrible blizzard, wearing only socks. That kind of thing. But this piece of advertising …

A review with unexpected results

As you may be aware of if you read the previous article, the review of Lust Plague, I have also reviewed Cari Silverwoods first forray into Steampunk, Iron Dominance. Iron Dominance will soon be available in print. Cari was kind enough to forward the cover to me. Why? Well, take …

Happy Birthday, Harrison Ford!

Harrison Ford has graced this planet with his presence for the past 70 years, now. His career has spanned almost six decades (56 years, as of 2012) and he is one, if not the, most iconic actor of his generation, portraying two of the most memorable movie characters of all …

Vote Cthulhu and Elder Party in 2012

Let’s face it: Puny human politicians are more interested in lining their own pockets and legislating exactly how their billionair cronies/multi-nationals/campaign donators want them to. They have been lying to us, made false promises and screwed us over twice for decades now. Decades… how pathetic! There have been powers around …

The Non-Euclidean Æthercast: Science is Great!

http://media.blubrry.com/non_euclidean_aethercast/p/s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/aethercast/aethercast/NonEuclidean3.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 12:36 — 17.5MB) | EmbedThis is a very special episode of the Non-Euclidean Æthercast, since it does not involve Steampunk at all but is all about how great science is. One happy rant! And here are some links to what I said …