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🔊 📚 🔊 MetaFilter Events: Week 2 🔊 📚 🔊
Week 2 of
Metafilter Events is here! Following Week 1, we’re back with more as we kick off a week about books, fiction and the humanities. (NaNoWriMo participants - this week is calling your name ✨ ) [more inside]
Good luck serving Spider-Man with supoena!
Jedicus and valkyryn pose with their metafilter project, The Law Of Superheroes (previously)
How can we improve access to primary research on MetaFilter?
Is there a community consensus about best practices for disseminating subscription-only journal material in threads? Also, what can we do to improve access within the community to primary research? Blasdelb's excellent comment in the Lenski thread prompted me to ask about this. [more inside]
No, YOU'RE saying it wrong!
Iiamkimiam AKA Kim Witten has finally completed her exhaustive research effort in trying to document and determine How Mefites Pronounce Metafilter?
Come chill out with MeFi Mag#5
New month, new MeFi Mag! Read on for more about this and upcoming issues and deadlines. [more inside]
I don't understand what's wrong with my post linked to here: Unethical AC. Members have been assaulting that post with derogatory comments. As an old woman, I feel I require explanation.
Publishers meet over drinks to solve the problem of pirating once and for all!
Are you going to BEA in New York next month? Will you be in New York on the 26th of May? Do you like books? [more inside]
Metafilter: a short, descriptive title
Pony Request: A book of great metafilter comments. [more inside]
Wow! MetaFilter's Nikolai Nolan has put up a terrific web site called Weblog Nation that presents the weblogging dynamic and community in a fresh, uncomplicated way. MetaFilter gets royal treatment, of course - which is only fair. But the whole presentation is truly impressive, almost luxurious. The question is "Does it present too rosy a picture?". My own answer would definitely be no. We need uplifting stuff like this more than ever.
Wow, AOL re-packages a bunch of AOL user posts and sells it as a book of 9/11 remembrances. Not only that, but it's perfectly legal, thanks to their terms of service. Just as an fyi: I'll never publish a metafilter book of comments.