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  • On this day a miracle of science occurred. That miracles name is @ChrisSamnee. He is mighty. #
  • I will be in Miami next weekend for Miami Book Fair International along with @kodychamberlain. Come and say hi, okay? #
  • Work or finish Larry Sanders? This is the conundrum I must face. #
  • At the Miami show I have twenty minutes to speak… should I read the Frank Armstrong short story or ramble about making comics? #
  • @BrianReed How did you know what I was doing right now? #

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  • Scifi/horror nerds who haven't seen the restored Metropolis, have got to watch it o. @tcm this weekend. See why it's THE masterpiece. #
  • Heads and tails above most sci-fi that followed it. And with the restored footage, it's not just finally coherent, but breathtaking. #
  • Go see why Fritz Lang is My favorite director. Especially if you follow it up with M. #
  • Beware! The Batgirl! yfrog.com/026olvj #
  • Anyone else having problems with Twitter for iPad? Mine hasn't worked all day. #
  • @mattfraction That is spectacular. Kudos. in reply to mattfraction #

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  • I'm gonna kick this rewrite's head off. With my fist. #
  • Really, really like the new stuff in Scrivener 2.0. If you're a writer and you're unhappy with your software, go try it. Life changing. #
  • @andeparks you should start your own Welles based mail order business. in reply to andeparks #
  • @kirbykrackle I once saw a guy in an Elmo shirt break dancing on the street to no music. Not much better. in reply to kirbykrackle #
  • Considering I spent most of today laid out with a migraine, I've gotten a ton done. Good chance most of it is incoherent, though. #
  • @TopCow 25 bucks. Totally worth it. It's more stable, and much smoother an experience than 1. in reply to TopCow #
  • Finally finished an animation pitch I've been working on for months. 1k of the novel done, and now onto secret video game work. #
  • Fuck it, I'm gonna go read some classic X-Men comics. #
  • @FictionJones I've used just about every piece of word processing/screenwriting software known to man, and Scrivener is by far my favorite. in reply to FictionJones #
  • @FictionJones I work primarily with Scirvener, some screenwriting in Final Draft, and outline/text work in Neo Office, when needed. in reply to FictionJones #
  • @FictionJones My one recommendation is to actually do their tutorial. The software is amazing if you know how to use it. in reply to FictionJones #

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