Hitchhiker’s Pride: May 25 is Towel Day, and don’t ever forget it


Hoopy froods of the Sub-Etha network: I have many things to say on the importance of towels. Because I fear we’re all starting to forget. Some of you, even now, may not know where your towel is. 

May 25 is Towel Day, when science fiction lovers the world over remember the late great Douglas Adams, creator of that wholly remarkable and staggeringly hilarious franchise, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Adams died in 2001, and the date on which the nascent internet decided to celebrate his life — called Towel Day for reasons that will soon become apparent — was chosen because it happens to be two weeks after the date he died, May 11.  Read more…

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