Warren Ellis Wants Into Your Inbox… Again (UPDATE)

230px-Warren_Ellis_by_Gage_SkidmoreOne of the first writer’s to truly utilize the internet and social media… even before it was called social media… has announced he’s once again firing up a newsletter called Orbital Operations.

 

 

Sometimes called “The Internet Jesus”, Ellis has been extremely proficient at using the world wide web and has done this before with From The Desk, Bad Signal and Machine Vision. He’s also maintained a personal website since the late 90s and message boards like Whitechapel. From his website Ellis said this about the newsletter:

It is likely to pollute your inbox on at least a weekly basis, maybe a little more, depending on what’s going on.  It is likely to contain work updates, random incoherent thoughts and other mental rubbish guaranteed to improve your life and inoculate your brain against alien spores or god I don’t even know what I’m typing right now.  It’s a thing that’s happening.

UPDATE: Link fixed!

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