Irregular Roundup #11

Yes, there’s more.

Glove passion, to help with my touching weirdness. I think satin, or I won’t be able to use the track pad on the computer.

Scottish stuff: King of Scots, Clan Duncan Genealogy Data, Duncan Genealogy Research Files, and the Duncan Surname Association.

Daughters of the American Revolution. Daughters of the Republic of Texas (I’m working on this currently). Where to write for vital records (Texas).

Academy Award Winning Movie Trailer

(Direct link via YouTube.)

Mousapelli’s NaNoWriMo 2009 novel, Purely By Luck:
Part 1 ch. 1 | ch. 2 | interlude 1 | ch. 3 | interlude 2
Part 2: ch. 4 | ch. 5 | interlude 3 | ch. 6 | ch. 7 | interlude 4 | ch. 8 | interlude 5
Part 3: ch. 9 | interlude 6 | ch. 10
(behind a friends lock; ask to read)

The Acts of Gord: stories about a man who owned a video game store and what transpired there.

The Morphing Grid: the (unofficial?) Power Rangers wiki. Also, the history of the Power Rangers, by season. Yes, really. You’re welcome.

Points with Purpose: “A portrait is being created from 100,000 hand-drawn dots. Each dot represents a real person who has been raped or sexually abused.” Not sure how I feel about this, honestly.

Kinda want to see this: The New World. Somebody remind me to download it when I have space on my hard drive again, will you?

Also, this:

(If the video doesn’t work, click here to view it on YouTube.)

After reading a review about the film subCITY: Out of Sight. Out of Mind, I want to watch it, but it keeps not being the top priority. (The film is about mental illness and homelessness, the former of which I have dealt with… the latter of which thankfully not.)

How to Write a Kick-ass Protagonist. Also, Finding the Time to Write and 11 Characteristics of Highly Influential Blog(ger)s.

Delicate Soles: roll-up-able slippers for when your feet have had enough of the torturous high heels. I kind of want a pair, though I know I’d just wear them and forgo the heels in the first place, since heels and me generally do not mix.

An addictive Solitare game called Tripeaks.

Now back to this paper about Ai.

Viannah E. Duncan

Viannah E. Duncan is a writer and activist hailing originally from Los Angeles. She lives outside of Baltimore, Maryland, and holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Wilkes University. She has a cat, Cleo.

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