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attack of the clones

Look at that. Oort-cloud rocks so hard even clones are showing up as 'Online Users.'

Well, ok, no. But for now, just pretend you're not seeing those repeated names, and then either you'll convince yourself you actually don't see them, or we'll make the clone names go away. Whichever comes first.

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URLs in Bibliography Entries

Cory Doctorow's "Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom" (which I just added to the Oort-Cloud Bibliography), is a good example of the utility of the "URL" field in bibliography entries.

In this case, it links over to the online location of the work.

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Where did you hear about Oort-Cloud.org?

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8% (13 votes)
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2% (3 votes)
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11% (17 votes)
Total votes: 155
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For Writers

For Writers:

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For Readers

For Readers:

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What is OpenLit?

Everything you ever wanted to know about OpenLit (but were afraid to ask), is now online for your reading delight.

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Oort-Cloud FAQ Appears

Now you too can enjoy the ever-expanding (like the cosmos) Oort-Cloud FAQ. If there is anything you would like to see answered on it, please let us know.

FAQ

What is Oort-Cloud?

...authors create and distribute their work, and readers, individually and collectively, including fans as well as editors and peers, review, comment, rank, and tag, everything.
-- from Social Publishing

Oort-Cloud is a place that gives us a chance to present some fundamental ideas, get feedback about them from other people, and comment on events and concepts that are, or might be, relevant to what Oort-Cloud is all about.

Oort-Cloud is also a community of readers, authors, editors, and critics. What Oort-Cloud will be beyond that depends on you and the rest of the active community.

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About Us

Richard Adler

 
Richard Adler has an M.S.I. (Archives and Records Management) from the University of Michigan's School of Information and an M.A. in History (medieval Europe) from Harvard.

For ten years he was a book buyer for a major book store chain, with responsibility for subjects such as American history. In the mid-1990s, he was the buyer for Science Fiction and, for six years, nurtured Graphic Novels as a section in its own right.

Rick likes science fantasy, but prefers fantasy to science fiction. ;-)

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