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New Addition: Commenting System

I've finally added a commenting system to the fantods. You'll need to register first, and then log in (bottom menu on the left) to add your comments. I've added the ability to comment on some of the more recent news items. If you follow the 'read more...' link it should be ready to go. I know some of you wanted to post about 'Good People' , so that might be a nice place to start.
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 February 2007 15:19
 

Because I Can!

Below is a link to a picture of my son, Thomas, who was born yesterday on the 1st of Feb 2007. Thanks for letting me indulge!
 
 
(Also, soon you'll be able to register and comment on all new posts!) 
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 February 2007 14:58
 

New DFW fiction in The New Yorker: Good People

The New Yorker online has a new work of short fiction by David Foster Wallace available. Click on the link to read Good People. {comment}
 
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Last Updated on Sunday, 18 February 2007 17:09
 

Translation of the ZEIT Online Interview!

Before heading to bed last night I posted a link to the ZEIT Online David Foster Wallace interview (in German) along with a request for an English translation...
 
By this morning Stefan had translated the interview and sent it to the fantods for all to read. Thanks, Stefan! {comment}
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Last Updated on Sunday, 18 February 2007 17:12
 

Conversational Reading on Infinite Jest

Barrett Hathcock, over at Conversational Reading, has been blogging his read of Infinite Jest. He's finally finished and has written about the experience. You can find it here: Infinite Jest Digested: Part One.
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 February 2007 14:42
 

MTV Movie news on the BIWHM Movie

MTV movie news today provides some more info about the Brief Interviews with Hideous Men movie, including further details about the plot and the suggestion that David Foster Wallace has read, and was impressed by, the script.
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David Foster Wallace on Federer: Revisted

Last night I sat down to watch what I had hoped would be one of the best matches of the 2007 Australian Open. Andy Roddick had played some amazing matches in the lead up to this semi-final, and I was softening to the evolution of his game; more patience, less anger. Roger Federer hadn't yet dropped a set. I was convinced that this would be one of those 'match of the tournament' situations.
 
It was. And it wasn't. 
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