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Mike Sterling's Progressive Ruin - my long-running, regularly-updated comic book weblog. People still read it for some reason.
@mikesterling - my Twitter account, where I make friends, influence people, tell jokes only I find funny, and get unfollowed by total jerkwads.
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Mike Sterling's POGressive Ruin - celebrate the art form of the 1990s!
Mike Sterling's Progressive Tumblr - mostly I just use my Tumblr account to look at other folk's Tumblrs, but occasionally I'll post to it, too. Very occasionally. Sometimes I'll just reblog old pics from Progressive Ruin. I'm lazy.
Estate 4.1 - my compilation of user comments pulled from online news sources misguided enough to allow readers to respond to their stories. WARNING: will destroy any hope for humanity you had left.
Facebook/mpsterling - my almost entirely-unused Facebook account. Add yourself to my long list of unanswered friend requests! I'll stop by once in a while to see if any more high school friends have lost their minds.
@yourtvlistings - your weirdly disturbing journey through the worst television guide of them all. Haven't done it in a while, but it may return someday, if you're good.
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Seth's Games and Anime / Ralph's Comic Corner - my former place of employment...I used to update the store blog there on a pretty regular basis.
@FakeAPStylebook - your modern styleguide for what passes as journalism. Adam Mythbusters Savage thought it was funny. Roger Ebert (R.I.P.) liked it enough to write the introduction to our book (more on that in a moment). Anyway, it unexpectly returns every now and then, so consider yourself warned.
The Content Farm - "Informative articles about every topic, written by people with a passing knowledge" it says there on the site, and I can't say it much better myself. Learn how to do stuff with instructions of dubious usefulness, like my article on How to Make A Peanut Butter Sandwich. Just an archived site now, but still plenty of funny stuff to read there.
@thecontentfarm - the official Twitter feed for The Content Farm, which is also kinda done for now, but again, still pretty funny, I think, so go back and take a look. I wrote a whole lot of these.
The Bureau Chiefs - the online comedy/commentary site by the folks what brung you Fake AP Stylebook. It's since switched over to promotion for our book Write More Good, but I'd put together the weekly This Is A Fetish for Someone post, and I occasionally contributed to the News Briefs.
Speaking of Write More Good, here are some Amazon links you can use to buy it (print edition on the left, ebook edition on the right):