- Posted by Johanna on March 22, 2011 at 4:27 pm
- Category: LinkBlogging
Two people I like talk to each other: Tim O’Shea interviews Alex Segura about his role as Executive Director of Publicity and Marketing for Archie Comics. They also cover Alex’s creative work, including a story he’s writing for an upcoming issue of Archie & Friends, about the first-ever Riverdale Comic Con. (Write what you know…)
Also in Archie news: Archie Double Digest #217 will tie into a Mothers Against Drunk Driving national event. In the comic, Dallas Cowboy Jason Witten tells the kids about the dangers of underage drinking.
Lois Lane: Girl Reporter: Dean Trippe shares his pitch for a terrific-sounding kids’ book project that wasn’t picked up. It’s always the best-sounding works that don’t match the owners’ vision for the characters.
This quote made me sad, in an article about the NY Times changing their style guide:
One broad category of changes was the deletion of some aging or outdated technical terms: CD-ROM, floppy disk, Dictaphone, Usenet, newsgroups, VHS, CAD-CAM and I.S.D.N.
Poor Usenet and VHS. But in spite of the recent AP style change to email (announced on Twitter!), the Times is sticking with the unnecessary and old-fashioned hyphen when they use the term. They are now allowed to say “an e-mail” instead of “an e-mail message”, though.