I had to take a bunch of literature courses for my college English degree, and I somehow got the idea that it would be fun to take courses focusing on individual authors. I took four: Chaucer, Joyce, Philip Roth, and Toni Morrison. An unusual set!
Morrison was my favorite of those classes, though. I keep meaning to go catch up on the two or three novels she's put out since I took it
A Toni Morrison documentary! 😮😮😮 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8sUwXTWb4M
@darius You're right! That's real cool and I hadn't heard about it. https://techcrunch.com/2019/03/08/flickr-says-all-creative-commons-photos-are-protected-from-deletion-not-just-past-uploads/
@darius That's good! The last I heard they were bought by Smugmug, who started deleting everyone's old photos unless they paid…seemed like a loss of trust that would be tough to overcome
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A cool resource! A couple of the choices have me scratching my head, though. (Flickr, in 2019?)
I love Gunnerkrigg Court and the current arc (or maybe…current status quo?) is great, but it updates just infrequently enough that I have a hard time bridging the pages into a contiguous story. I feel like I'm gonna need to sit down and binge the last twentyish chapters in one sitting before I actually understand what's going on
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