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Nuketown's Libertarian Science Fiction Page Launches

by Ken Newquist / February 28, 2004

Nuketown has a launched a libertarian science fiction page collecting commentary, book reviews, movie reviews and links from around the Web.

The url of the Web page is:
http://www.nuketown.com/features/libertariansf/

The impetus behind this page was a speech I gave at a meeting of the Pocono Libertarians a few years back on "Libertarian Themes in Science Fiction." As a life-long science fiction fan, and later a libertarian, the unity of the two subjects always seemed obvious to me. But at that meeting I discovered that many of my fellow libertarian-minded citizens either hadn't heard of the books and movies I was mentioning, or hadn't thought of them in a libertarian light.

RSS Feed Added to Nuketown

by Ken Newquist / February 24, 2004

An RSS Feed has been added to Nuketown, allowing readers to download headlines from their site into offline readers such as NetNewsWire. The Nuketown RSS Feed contains the headlines and summaries of the webzine's latest blog entries, articles, reviews, hoaxes, Web links and netheads. Also embedded in the feeds are hyperlinks, so you can read the story in question if it piques your interest.

The NukeShop Returns!

by Ken Newquist / November 23, 2003

After a very, very long hiatus, the NukeShop is finally back in business.

Here's how it works. We've got a bunch of links to Amazon.com. If you follow the link to Amazon, and buy the product, we get a small cut of the purchase price. That money then goes to support Nuketown, primarily by differing hosting costs. Since Nuketown is primarily funded out of my wallet, any little bit helps ... and the Amazon.com checks can help a lot.

What's a NukeBlog?

by Ken Newquist / January 8, 2003

So what's a NukeBlog?

Good question. In thinking about Nuketown, I've found that there really wasn't any place for me to post quick hits about topics currently on my mind.

Admittedly, I could've just used "editorials" for that, but personally, I view an editorial as something a little more thought out, a little more polished. While a blog is something more off-the-cuff or spur of the moment.

So I decided to add a category for "NukeBlogs" to the site. I might post daily ... or I might post monthly -- we'll have to see what happens.

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