Well, my new chapbook is now on sale at Amazon, which is cool.
Even cooler is that bredbandsbolaget.se in Sweden kick ass as an ISP, and have the most pleasant and competent support, EASILY. So I now have ADSL here and, thanks to the b43 module and a borrowed and antique Belkin Broadcom PCI card, I have wireless working. Strictly I shouldn't need the firmware separately since I have the 37 kernel, but I still use an old kde-3.5.10 install, since I prefer a Gentoo that I know won't mess around, so it was easier like this.
A note to others on the Internets. There are no bad wireless cards, they all work. What there is, though, is plenty of retards saying "this doesn't work" instead of "I can't make this work."