How’d you spend your weekend? Me? Snuggled up to my desk with a hyper-linked digital copy of Pride and Prejudice and the Jane Austen Thesaurus.
I have to be honest. Pride and Prejudice was the book that finally convinced me that it was permissible to stop reading a book you really didn’t enjoy. The irony of spending my weekend with a book I still haven’t read is not lost on me.
Today is the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, and at Tweetspeak we just can’t help ourselves but to celebrate these events. (We were late for Edith Wharton’s birthday, so we’re making up for it with the festivities today. We have a Pride and Prejudice themed playlist, a clever set of Pride and Prejudice quotes, and coming later today a definitive set of Austen resources to help you enjoy even Lizzy’s grueling trek across a muddy field in the rain.
And? My weekend project:
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