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Please close the door and switch on the fun without fail.

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cleolinda
I need to just post this and stop revising it every two days. Here's the simple version of what I've been doing the last few weeks--mostly on Storify, because it's good for rounding up multimedia and/or doing linkspam very easily:


Philip Seymour Hoffman (1967 – 2014). I really hope I don't have cause to do another one like this any time soon. If nothing else, skim through the "Specific movies remembered" section at the end, because that was the most touching aspect of yesterday's outpouring, IMO.

A loose roundup of the snow panic-fiasco last week, if only because my mother got stranded overnight in the middle of it.

Lifetime movie live-tweeting, because that was A Thing for a couple of weeks there: Flowers in the Attic and Lizzie Borden Took an Ax.

TV season finales: Sleepy Hollow finale livetweeting and Dracula finale livetweeting and episode 4-9 roundup.

Previous entry: Hannibal TCA panel & season 2 previews and LJ discussion. Also, they've cast Mason Verger, and I wrote about how the mechanics of suspense are changing from S1 to S2. There's a ton of new stuff over on my Hannibal tag generally, so you may want to check that out.


If you're having trouble with moving past "Read next page" on any of the Storify posts, it's a Javascript issue you may be able to fix, or, failing that, you can add .html to the end of the URL and get it on a single, simplified page. Because I didn't know this at the time, both Lizzie Borden and Dracula are too long to fit on a single HTML page; they cut off before the last 2-3 pages of material. I'll try to keep Storify posts within a certain length to prevent that from happening from now on.

There were other things I was going to talk about, but at the moment I'm dealing with a weird, patchy combination of anemia and hypomania, wherein my brain feels like herding narcoleptic cats, and--apart from Twitter's weird wild burst of WTF during the Super Bowl last night--yesterday was fairly depressing. So we'll talk about the rest later.

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