One amazing trailer below. Possibly the coolest video game trailer I have ever seen. Even if you don't play video games you should watch this. Beautiful, tragic, awesome. I've never seen nothing like it in this format before. Original article here.
Two perspectives of the same game. Same thing as above but told in reverse. I think I prefer the first one, but dang, they're both powerful trailers. I may have to check this out some time.
Three times have I submitted short stories now, and thrice have I been rejected.
Four big events on the horizon. I'm going to see Pat Rothfuss in Lexington on March 11, which is quite exciting. I'm going to be going to see the Decemberists in concert April 26 in Louisville. Super excited about this. I'm also going to see Joe Purdy again, in Nashville, June 8. I'm going to see my daughter by June 30. Ultimate excitement levels for this one.
Eleven is the Chapter Borders has filed. This has long been my favorite book chain to visit. Now it's closing a large chunk of its stores, one of them being the one nearest me. What a pity.
Seven rings were there for the Dwarf lords in their halls of stone. Apparently there was a Lord of the Rings re-telling from Mordor's perspective written in 1999 to somewhat high praise. Originally published in Russian, it's just now making its way into English. You can download the novel as a PDF for free from here, the apparent translator. You can read the article here if you're curious. I think I may give it a go, just not sure when I'll find time.
Eight tracks on the new Radiohead album, The King of Limbs. Out of nowhere the band announces their new album is available for order (here) and as an immediate download today (a day earlier than previously mentioned), though the actual release date for physical material is still a few months away... I've never been disappointed in a Radiohead album, so this'll likely grow to be fantastic. I've only listened to it once through, but as a first impression, sounds like Radiohead.
Five endings for this post. So long. Adios. Farewell. Goodnight. Later on.
End Note: In case anyone inferred from yesterday's post that I am an awesome, super Christian, let me assure you that I in no way meant to imply that. Like Paul, I consider myself the worst of sinners and nowhere near the level I need to be. SO, in short, that post was written as much for me as for anyone else.