1. mary-testa:

    Want an interesting way to spend the next hour? Pop composer Mike Batt wrote a musical called The Hunting of the Snark based off a nonsense poem by Lewis Carroll. The show began its life as a concert, became a concept cd, and would eventually become a full fledged musical. The concept album is available on iTunes. A concert of the London Symphony Orchestra performing the show with a variety of stars was filmed and released in 1987, and is available for viewing on YouTube.

    The show is fascinating to listen to. The lyrics draw their roots in the original Lewis Carroll poem and are understandably cartoony, the music accompanying it is lush, and the singers certainly know how to deliver a song. Check it out.

    This is wonderful! Why have I never heard this before! 

  2. So many crossovers… very funny, though! 

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  4. My Anook profile. 
I’ve been messing around on Anook this past week, and I have a feeling I’m going to be moving a lot of my gaming content from Tumblr to my account there. Nothing against Tumblr, but it’s gotten pretty huge and crazy. It’s sometimes hard to find cool gaming stuff since tags just keep going and going — you know how that is! 
Anook is similar to Facebook, but for gamers. You can cover all the games that you love there under one account, and follow your gamer friends, the same as you would Tumblr or Facebook. 
You can also create Nooks, which can be for anything you want — guilds, communities, even blogs. Other people can follow these Nooks, and join in, if you allow it. Imagine RPing in a completely interactive Nook blog! You can even enable forums for these Nooks. 
Anyhow, if you have an Anook profile, please follow me and I’ll follow back! 
I’ve also created a Nook for the Sygnus community! Please join us if you’re interested in the various works of Sygnus.org 

    My Anook profile. 

    I’ve been messing around on Anook this past week, and I have a feeling I’m going to be moving a lot of my gaming content from Tumblr to my account there. Nothing against Tumblr, but it’s gotten pretty huge and crazy. It’s sometimes hard to find cool gaming stuff since tags just keep going and going — you know how that is! 

    Anook is similar to Facebook, but for gamers. You can cover all the games that you love there under one account, and follow your gamer friends, the same as you would Tumblr or Facebook. 

    You can also create Nooks, which can be for anything you want — guilds, communities, even blogs. Other people can follow these Nooks, and join in, if you allow it. Imagine RPing in a completely interactive Nook blog! You can even enable forums for these Nooks. 

    Anyhow, if you have an Anook profile, please follow me and I’ll follow back! 

    I’ve also created a Nook for the Sygnus community! Please join us if you’re interested in the various works of Sygnus.org 

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