FerretBrain

Reviews, Articles and Shiny Things

Ferretbrain is an easy-going, irreverent e-zine about stuff - we publish reviews, essays, opinion pieces, podcasts and whatever else we thought was cool at the time. For our articles, you can click on the articles link on the sidebar or browse this very front page for updates. Podcasts can be found under podcasts. The playpen is where we talk about things we found on the internet, or what happened to be on our mind at the time.

If you'd like to join our wayward repository of ideas, you can comment on any article using Open ID or you can email the editor (editor at ferretbrain dot com) for a Ferretbrain account, which has the added bonus of letting you post in the playpen.

For more information about Ferretbrain, or joining Ferretbrain, check out our about page (currently left as our previous editor last revised it - mild revisions forthcoming).

The recent bug affecting article dating has been resolved, thanks to our tech-wizard Rami. (Thank you, Rami!) If you've been sitting on an idea for an article, now's the perfect time to press on with it.
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  • Thanks for the advice, Arthur; I'd completely forgotten about the Dreamwidth option.  I mean, if I'm reading the "Account Termination" (6th point) accurately, they say they're going to... at 18:06 on 19-04-2017 by Robinson L - link
  • (It has been noted that to log in and migrate to Dreamwidth you need to accept the new TOS. However, consider the following:  - If you're just logging in to migrate your account and th... at 11:12 on 19-04-2017 by Arthur B - link
  • Yeah, the people I know who have Livejournals all seem to be migrating them to Dreamwidth. at 20:40 on 18-04-2017 by Arthur B - link
  • @Ibmiller: Just wanted to let you know that I've been meaning to respond to your latest comments on livejournal but, 1) I'm traveling again right now and kinda busy, but more importantly, 2) I... at 20:00 on 18-04-2017 by Robinson L - link
  • As someone who sorta follows Marvel comics these days (not nearly as closely as DC), I think the real problem isn't diversity, but crummy comics and overreliance on events that have had two se... at 18:54 on 10-04-2017 by Ibmiller - link
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