Patrick Rothfuss is the guy who wrote the very brilliant fantasy book, The Name of the Wind (that utterly horrified me when it suddenly stopped - turns out he's writing a sequel, so I'm happy again!). The main character's a guy called Kvothe. Apparently he was once a lesbian unicorn. Or more honestly (and less amusingly!) the author made a joke about him being one, and Kvothe is now permanently a lesbian unicorn in the eyes of the internet (and I am so very much not helping with this).
This really makes me want to draw a lesbian unicorn. And wish that my fingers didn't keep writing 'unicron'. I did paint a unicorn last week though... and it's purple. The colour of being bisexual. I've decided that retroactively counts. Zazzle appears to have gone down, so I can't make amusing captions. Pity. I seem to compulsively consider unicorns a fit target for mocking captions. We could have had such fun...
Hat tip : ArchMage
Also, those stories and that big industry about the Magic of Cancer-Curing (s)Chark Cartilage? Debunked, as in kicked off the top bunk in the night as they rolled over on their pile of money. Sharks certainly do, probably, get cancer, and there's no reliable science to say otherwise.
An interesting read about the recalcitrance of publishing companies to seriously embrace digital media for its own sake: Please, Just Kiss Digital Comics On The Mouth Already ...and while we're on that topic, I've been sorting out my top webcomics page, so I've got pages for each update day (Monday, Tuesday... you can probably predict the rest!)