Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Lying Swine (Part 2)

Having decided that the goobers at Google are indeed lying swine, I've made a start at reconstituting the links list.  It's back on the right.  I've probably forgotten a few that should be there, maybe your very favorite.  Let me know what's missing, and I'll add it.

20 comments:

Deb said...

How about WHAT FRESH HELL IS THIS? I'm not sure if it has another name and that's why I'm not seeing it.

Bill Crider said...

Will add it.

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

Maniloonies?

Bill Crider said...

No.

Howard said...

True Pulp Fiction
The Pulp Super-Fan
That's Pulp!
Yellowed Perils
Pulp Flakes
The Bloodstained Bookshelf
The Golden Age

more, later, perhaps...

Lawrence Person said...

I seem to remember my own blog listed there heretofore:

http://www.lawrenceperson.com/

What did Google do this time?

Bill Crider said...

Google deleted everyone's links. I've added your blog back to the list.

Rick Ollerman said...

Hey, Bill,

What about Peter Rozofsky's "Detectives Without Borders"?

Hope you're doing well,

Rick

Kevin R. Tipple said...

Honored to be included again though I am well aware I am not worthy. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for doing the new list. I really missed the links.

sas

Gary R. said...

The Bunburyist.

Graham Powell said...

The Internet Archive's Wayback Machine has a snapshot of your site from July 15th that appears to have all the links in it. You may be able to reconstitute the whole list from that.

https://web.archive.org/web/20160715122327/http://billcrider.blogspot.com/

Bill Crider said...

Thanks, Graham, I should've thought of that!

Richard Robinson said...

It USED to show the current post on that blog, which was what I found so valuable. The link list is nice, and I thank you for it, but...

Bill Crider said...

Just another "improvement" from Google!

Bill Crider said...

OK, Rick, this was my problem. I'll fix it.

Mike Doran said...

Victory is yours!

Once again, Bill Crider leads the way.

Howard said...

And then there is "Whatever" by the inimitable John Scalzi, science fiction author, wordsmith, and socio-political commentator extraordinaire.

Richard Robinson said...

Thank you, thank you! (does happy dance). Oh. You didn't want to see that? Sorry. So glad the blog roll is active.

Bill Crider said...

You're welcome. I'm still chapped that I had to do it myself. But the blog is provided free of charge, so I guess I shouldn't complain.