of dragons, darkness and hidden treasure

Posted by 31st August 2010

Here's a fun happy thing. I've known the Dark Side of the Net since ye olde days when I was reading alt.gothic by candlelight on a dial-up modem, so I am awfully thrilled to be cited as one of 13 seriously cool steampunk sites in a recent entry there! Thanks, Carrie!

 

I know many people who are or soon will be on the way to DragonCon; if you're bringing some steampunky accoutrements, try to make it for (what they hope to be) a world-record-setting photograph shoot of steampunks there.

 

How can you resist performers who go by the moniker of Absinthe Minded Professors? What if I added that there's a violin and dark storytelling involved?

 

Via the Airship Ambassador's interview with Ay-leen the Peacemaker, I discovered the Edwardian Promenade and immediately added it to my RSS feed. Many thanks to all involved in the discovery process!

 

And lastly…I've been featuring many links related to treasure hunts lately. Planet Slade has a wonderful recounting of the treasure hunt mania that took over much of England in the early 1900s.

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