April 30, 2005
The Adams family
A collection of anecdotes and memories from the life of Douglas Adams, the man behind "The Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy", as told by his friends and colleagues including Terry Jones, Neil Gaiman, & Stephen Fry and brought together into one bitter-sweet article in FilmForce. (Via SlashDot)
"That he was born is just one of the many undeniable facts about the life of the late Douglas Adams – author, humorist, raconteur, speaker, and thinker (although it should be noted that, on at least one parallel Earth, Mr. Adams was born a spring-toed lemur with a predilection for grassy fields and the works of Byron – a poetic lemur whose work was not terribly springy).Another fact which comes to mind is that, of the seven novels he wrote in his all-too-brief lifetime, by far the most popular is The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and its four sequels – which make for a fine trilogy if you're somewhat numerically impaired"
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