Added 1 new A* page:Fresh from the pages of my occasional oneoff.smbhax.com humor comic, it's The Continuing Diagnoses of Lance Murdoch, Unqualified Psychoanalyst!|
Man I bet that's unoriginal! I was too scared to try Googling it. :o
I was looking up A* on alexa.com (>_>) and found some other sites have linked to me that I didn't know about! And because I love love looove it (but really, I do like it) when people link to me, I'm going to tell you about them!
- Eh well three sites, even one in Japanese, linked images of Chernobyl that I posted back in these news articles.
- The blog "A Bureaucracy of One" wrote some nice things about A* (this was back when I was fresh off meeting Phil Foglio and was more or less off my head because he'd said he read A* :o...and yes I am still name-dropping that almost a year later :PP).
- Poster RGE linked to A* from a comment on an interesting comic-style animated "explanation" of "dark matter" here on the blog "krazy kimchi."
- Poster Versatek6 included A* in a linked list of webcomics in a post on this Twilight Lady webcomic page.
- Someone cool put a nice little banner link to my Sunday Princess and the Giant comic up on the Comics page of Kymation.com.
- The author of Forsaken Stars (which is a pretty interesting black and white sci-fi webcomic) linked to the Princess from this list of webcomic nominations in a blog entry on his site.
- Anna Moritz's Photo Blog has a "gallery" link (warning: high bandwidth) to the "Journey into a black hole" thread on the A* forum, where there are a lot of neat space pictures I've posted before.
Oh and I happened across this interesting radiation dose chart by Randall Munroe, who does a little webcomic you may have heard of called "xkcd." The chart gives a visual idea of the scales of radiation exposures, ranging from what you get from sleeping next to someone (:o), through things like a chest X-ray, exposure in various places at Chernobyl and Fukushima, all the way up to the fatal dose amount. It's a little hard to read all at once since it sort of "zooms out" like three times, but it puts things in an interesting perspective nonetheless.