Screaming Planet

Where old bloggers come to die.

… of the Ghost of Turbulence Past

It lasted somewhat longer than I expected, but here we are, alive again. The shutting down of my previous server happened at an awkward time, leaving me unable to transfer the domain to my new provider for quite a while, which in turn led to the eighteen-day downtime of the past few weeks. However, now […]

Upcoming Turbulence

There is going to be a bit of tumbling about in the next few days. The end of this month is when our server is scheduled to go down, so there is bound to be some interstitial downtime while I get everything back up and running at a new location. On a side note, one […]

Surprise!

Entertaining as the work on the code for Screaming Planet was, at one point I realized that, in effect, I was reproducing most of the functionality of WordPress. Putting finger to forehead, I asked myself what was the point? I was doing pretty good (which kind of does wonders for one’s coding confidence, to be […]

The Lazarus Planet

Buried deep within the fossil record of the myriad tubes that comprise what we have come to know and love as teh intarwebs lie traces of a small city known by the pompous name of Screaming Planet. Dead links on other sites, blogs and forums, scraps of search phrases that try to lead the unwary […]

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    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
    From Eternity to Here: The Quest for the Ultimate Theory of Time
    Pilgermann
    The Ophiuchi Hotline
    A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
    Green Eyes
    Crackpot Palace: Stories
    Acceptance
    Echopraxia
    Jagannath
    The Fractal Prince
    The Fecund's Melancholy Daughter


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