Invariably, the attribution you give for a quote is wrong. Save yourself the embarrassment of a mistake the next time you quote an author.
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Thursday, Sep 10th 2015 (8:44am)
A Scottish historian named Walter Elliot recently unearthed a "lost" Arthur Conan Doyle story while he was looking around in his attic. The story, "Sherlock Holmes: Discovering the Border Burghs and, by deduction, the Brig Bazaar", was part of The Book o' the Brig, a compilation of stories written to raise money to rebuild Bannerfield's Bridge, a wooden bridge in Selkirk, Scotland after a great flood wiped it out in 1902.
Sunday, Feb 22nd 2015 (12:00am)
While he died in 1991, his widow and secretary stumbled across some unpublished manuscripts and sketches in his office back in 2013. This summer, we get to read What Pet Should I Get.
Thursday, Feb 19th 2015 (3:42am)
Harper Lee has long been considered a great literary 'one-hit wonder' with her sole offering of To Kill A Mockingbird, but it turns out that Mockingbird was actually her second book - the first featured Scout as an adult, was never published, and was considered lost to the ages... until now. It's surfaced and the reclusive Lee has decided to publish it in July.
Wednesday, Feb 4th 2015 (12:00am)
So you love Dr. Seuss, even though reading the books to children can lead to embarrassing situations as you blurt out some gibberish rather than what's printed on the page.
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Monday, Jan 26th 2015 (12:00am)
"The Day The Mummy Returned" is a 1971 short story written by Ed Wood, Jr. the American original who gave us Bride of the Monster, Plan 9 from Outer Space, and so much more. It's presented here for the first time in over forty years since its initial publication.
Monday, Sep 29th 2014 (5:27am)
I'm not a religious man. Far from it. I understand why it exists and why people believe, but it's just not my thing. Reading this short story by Andy Weir (here it is in video form, if that's more to your liking) kinda makes me wish it was.
Monday, Mar 18th 2013 (12:05am)
Simon's great-grandfather Herschel fell into a pickle vat in 1912 and was preserved by the brine for 100 years. Here is the tale of his return and introduction to the modern world told in 4 parts, 2 of which have already been posted, with more coming daily.
SciAm's run a fascinating excerpt from Kevin Dutton's book The Wisdom of Psychopaths: What Saints, Spies, and Serial Killers Can Teach Us about Success that's well worth a read. I'll certainly be picking this one up.
It's the literary equivalent to the neighborhood lemonade stand - Little Free Library will sell you (or show you how to build) a small post-mounted honor library that you can set up in your front yard and share works with your neighbors. Very very cool.
Thursday, Aug 2nd 2012 (12:01am)
The story is by Philip K. Dick, the legendary flipped-out weirdo and science fiction author whose books have been endlessly adapted into films. Everyone knows Blade Runner, based on his novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? What most people don't know is that the late Philip K. Dick has been reincarnated. As an android.
Thursday, May 3rd 2012 (12:00am) | Thanks: funk
Best multi-word-named classic rock band that's commonly referred to by a single word:
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Men In Black 3 (2012)
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