What dealerships have you had good experiences with? Bad ones?
DefectiveByDesign.org has announced an action against libraries that support DRM on their collections. Boston locals can join them this Saturday from 1pm to 3pm at the Boston Public Library's main branch, and non-locals are encouraged to stage an action against their own library if it's using DRM.
(I'll be there.)
i'm a writer working on an anthology of a pretty much forgotten feminist/lesbian'ische writer. did a book on her some years ago, and now i want to do more and bring all of her writing back in print.
she lived in rockland from 1902 to 1908, boston from 1908 to 1909, and got quite a lot of press coverage.
thought perhaps there'd be a student who'd like to pick up extra cash finding articles for me in the libraries and any other information that might be preserved (letters from/to her, info on her life in rockland with an older woman) - but my main focus here is on her original writings, secondarily on writing -about- her.
if you want to talk about this with me - or know someone who would - drop me a reply here and i'll answer.
i'm not made of money, but i'd definitely want a fair arrangement for us both - and a way for each of us to get what we've earned without internet deceptions or misunderstandings.
so drop a line, and let's talk.
[ i'll probably lightly x-post this same thing in other bostony places. ]
These three Boston-area stores are part of a test run, and the only other two stores in the country are in Seattle.
Tomorrow all three stores are having preview parties.
Starbucks at the Garage in Harvard Square is having their party from 4-6 pm with free coffee!
The other two stores are 1 Charles Street and 75-101 Federal Street in Boston. I don't know when their parties are, sorry!
All three stores will begin selling Pressed Coffee on Monday. So, take some time and enjoy a fresh-brewed individual cup of coffee! We'll even help you pick one you might like best. Verona coffee is amazing in the press.