Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Remember our giveaway for Ghosts of Manhattan? Now the first six chapters are available online, so even if you didn't win the giveaway, you can read part of the book. (That being said, our winner has not yet responded with an address, so we still have the book. Ahem!)

Graphic designers, enter Dr. Grordbort's Amazing Raygun Shootout! Design a raygun and win fabulous prizes for your efforts!

The World Steam Expo has updated its website with all sorts of information. If you're interested in steampunk and want to meet like-minded people, this looks like the place to be.

ModVic is my discovery of the week, via the Steampunk Home. It's a wealth of inspiration. One could renovate their old Victorian house, scatter some Steampunk Artifacts around the place, use The Melancholy Death of Nikola Tesla as an air freshener, and have a steampunky haven for the ages. (Well, one COULD do all that.)

And finally, for those of you interested in history, but not that far back: a reproduction of the Enigma E machine is available, if you happen to have about 1200 pounds or 2500 dollars lying around the house.

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