Monthly Archives: October 2011

Carrie Rudzinksi is Still Upside-Down!

Bicycle author Carrie Rudzinksi has poeted the heck out of New Zealand, and is now off to Australia for the next jaunt of her book tour! We’ll post a calendar of upcoming readings and features soon. Go Carrie!

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Bicycle Editor Turns Out to be Literate, After All

Bicycle Editor Artie Moffa recently had his letter published in the October 8th issue of The Economist newspaper. Artie wrote to poke fun at the–ahem–interesting layout choices the magazine/newspaper* made in their September 24th issue. SIR – The wry intelligence that characterises the writing in The Economist obviously extended to the layout of your September […]

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Artie’s Dirge in the Dark for Steve Jobs

I’ve been using and loving Apple products since I bought my Macintosh IIsi 3MB/40MB in 1994 with my babysitting/yardwork money. Steve Jobs brought a lot of magic to the world. -Artie “Apple Pie” A long, long time ago, I can still remember when the UNIX prompt could make me smile. And when the login didn’t […]

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