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I’m here in Key West, FL, just a few blocks from Finnegans Wake, the Key West Irish pub. I hope to have a photo for you all by the time I make it home. If anyone would like to sponsor a pint for me, you may donate via Paypal at the email address email@example.com.
I’d love to have one of these! http://www.irishtimes.com/news/joyce-family-split-over-error-on-new-coin-1.1359819
I continue to be amazed at the amount of work being poured into this site by a relatively small group of rather dedicated (some might say cultish) users. Some are here for purposes involving educational coursework, while others, like myself, take a more recreational approach to the wake. In the five plus years of the […]
Posted in This Website on Sep 5th, 2008
While I may be flying a bit blind here as your humble webmaster, I must admit I have made an assumption about you, the end users, the real stars of this site. I assume that the traffic spikes in late summer and fall of each year directly correlate with school studies resuming, and that a […]
This site, and its corresponding WIKI, have now been up for THREE YEARS. Congratulations too all of the contributors and Joyce fans out there.
In honor of Bloomsday, I worked on my tomato garden, I migrated a number of websites to a newer, faster, bigger server, and I started two new book review sites for my daughters. I THOUGHT about James Joyce, but did nothing special to honor his memory and his legacy. Before I go to bed, I […]
Check out this interesting Overview of Finnegans Wake: http://www.robotwisdom.com/jaj/fwake/index.html
I created this site as a point of reference for my own study. Made it public, and the if-you-build-it-they-will-come adage came true. Now there are a steady stream of regulars coming and redecorating now and again. We seem to have at least temporarily staved off the Vandals. The Androse th Nodal Nim blog, for example, […]
According to luxmentis, today is the 68th anniversary of publication of Finnegans Wake. Is this not cause for celebration? Perhaps we should start Cinqo de Mayo a day earlier as well. Tequila shooters with Guinness chasers, anyone?