Greetings from your polyweekly webhost Sc00ter.
I just did an update to the website, we switched weblog systems to WordPress. It has a much better backend system and will hopefully let me add even more features. I hope it will help out with Minx’s Army that she keeps hinting about… but I know just about as much as you do about it
Anyway, I think all is well. There’s a few comments I have to move over by hand from the old site that I’ll get to. If you notice anything else acting weird about the site please drop a line here as a comment.
Polyamory Weekly was reviewed on Adam Curry’s Podfinder #28 this week, in the excellent company of Violet Blue and Speaking of Sex, the Planned Parenthood podcast:
As I listen, boy, do I sound boring compared to everyone else. More sex! More sex! More sex!
I’m wandering through Borders to pick up a new set of Moleskine cahiers, and what do I see in the middle of the Halloween display?
See that book with the fangs? That’s Vampires, the anthology of vampire voices, compiled by the lovely and talented Michelle Belanger, whom I also interviewed about this book for the Daily Dragon podcast #3. and for Polyamory Weekly #93: Michelle Belanger Talks Tolerance.
I may not be cool, but dammit, I know and get to interview cool people!!
EDIT: Both Violet Blue’s Open Source Sex and Polyamory Weekly will be reviewed on Adam Curry’s Podfinder this week!
Tee hee! Remember that weird right-wing, conservative guy who lambasted every podcast from A Prairie Home Companion to Violet Blue’s Open Source Sex?
The divine Miss Blue found her own review and was just as tickled as I was! In fact, she’s a bit jealous that Poly Weekly got the “most socially destructive” label. VB is jealous of US! ::swoon::
[Don’t worry, Violet; I’d still crawl over broken glass to stir your coffee with a Hitachi Magic Wand.]
This unconference is put on by Sue Mernit, a very cool chick I met at BlogHer this year. If you’re a geeky gal, you should DEFINITELY consider coming (and spotting me air fare so that I can come!):
A Women’s Tech (un)conference
October 22-23 in Mountain View, CA.
This event is designed to bring together women from a range of technology-focused disciplines who self identify as geeky. Our goal is to support skill exchange and learning between women working in diverse fields and to create a space for networking and talking about issues faced by women in technology.