Archive for January, 2006


by Michael on Saturday, January 21st, 2006

I’ve converted Of Two Minds from Moveable Type 2.661 to WordPress 2.0. Though the address of the blog itself remains the same (, any old links to specific posts are now broken. Sorry for any inconvience that might cause, but there didn’t seem to be a way around it. Also, if you’re reading Of Two […]


by Jennifer on Monday, January 9th, 2006

Baudolino by Umberto Eco Baudolino, a self-confessed liar, is a peasant boy with a talent for learning and for making up stories. Even better, they seem to somehow come true. As he relates his story to a companion during the sack of Constantinople, he tells how he made himself into the virtual son of an […]

An all Jay Lake post

by Michael on Tuesday, January 3rd, 2006

I’ve realized that over the past couple of months I have read two Jay Lake novels, as well as an anthology he edited, so I figured I’d review them all at once. TEL: Stories edited by Jay Lake [4/5] TEL: Stories is an anthology edited by Jay Lake that’s “dedicated to the idea that great […]