Categories links Links for 29th June 2004 Post author By tom Post date June 29, 2004 1 Comment on Links for 29th June 2004 Applet for calculating and visualising z-scores and probabilities on the normal distribution This guy got 11,000 rejection slips before he eventually got published. Woah. The Garden of Forking Paths A sheffield subvertiser’s story The Skeptic’s Dictionary on Neuro-Linguistic Programming Jim McCrone has a website! Real life invisibility cloaks – wow! Macho nonsense #94573: Does this guy know how silly he looks? (Actually the articles are pretty good). Because serendipity is too important to be left to chance via Matt The ten most difficult words to translate via Matt The effect of blogging on the media (requires registration, sorry) Brixton Cycles– great bike shop in brixton principles of Extreme programming James Atherton’s web notes on learning theory Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related ← post-text is pre-modern → brain scamming One reply on “Links for 29th June 2004” The 11,000 rejection slips were only from agents, editors and publishers over the course of a few weeks in April of 2004. If I tried to calculate the number over the past forty years my brain would break. Now I’m collecting rejection slips from book critics, booksellers, librarians and college professors. Thanks. G. Comments are closed.