Weekend Review

There’s always something buzzing in geek culture news at WWAC. Here are some of the stories that have been going around the internet this past week:

– Born into the history and culture of the Cuban Revolution, artist Edel Rodriguez brings his childhood experiences and environment back to Havannah for a solo exhibition of his work.

Edel Rodriguez for Soulpepper Theatre, Young Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, 2008

Pauly Shore has his own podcast and it turns out he’s a well-spoken, genuinely funny guy. It’s called “Interested” and he talks to people that he finds interesting. If it’s your first time listening, start with his session featuring Andy Dick.

Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales is under fire from GamerGate supporters. Citing a list of names on the GamerGate Wikipedia page as “a long hitlist of editors,” Wales personally deleted the page and has responded with an email that has been circulating around the internet, and retweeted by Wales himself:


Romona Williams

Romona Williams

Romona Williams is an ex-librarian, current tutor, and constant writer. She can usually be found in antiquarian bookstores, curiosity shops, and carnivals after dark.