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As of today, The Ephemerist is also available in a mobile edition. Thanks to the iWPhone Theme and Plugin by ContentRobot, those extra mobile Ephemerist readers can savour their daily fix while on the move and without having to constantly … Continue reading →
A couple of days ago, this page got stumbled upon. Well, I guess it’s a breather from all the Quechup visits.
Got an email today : I’m pleased to inform you that your RSS Feed has been selected as a featured feed by Comic-Feed.net. Comic-Feed is a comic blog aggregator. We hand-pick the most interesting comic related RSS feeds and present … Continue reading →
Over at The Comics Reporter, Tom Spurgeon gives the Ephemerist a nice plug. Coming from that guy, “Comics stuff I haven’t seen before” is about the biggest compliment you can get…
After letting it breathe heavily for a few years, I finally decided to kill off the Word Balloon. Most of its links were dead, I hadn’t spent any time on it for years and I didn’t see myself reviving it … Continue reading →
When they linked to my Spirou post of a while back, the kind people at the Forbidden Planet International Blog Log asked me very nicely if I would like to write for them on eurocomics on a regular basis. Would … Continue reading →
Hi there, or as Andrew Marr would say, Hello ! You probably have noticed that I’m quite lacking in the posting rhythm department. I could say that my paying job has been demanding my full attention (which it has) or … Continue reading →
A quick message to all subscribers to my feed. I’ve registered the Ephemerist with FeedBurner so as to generate a bit more traffic and publicize the site a bit more. If you like the blog, and would like to continue … Continue reading →
Flog!‘s Jacob Covey links to the Ephemerist, and calls us “a good pop blog” ! Thanks, Jacob ! Incidentally, Eric Reynolds traces the sources of the Polaroid ads mentioned earlier, to Daniel Clowes’ David Boring.
Best Wishes for 2007 (illustration courtesy Frank Daenen)…