The Final Day, our Final Goal, our Final Donations.

Our Final Day:

Tomorrow, Worldbuilders is over for another year.

More precisely, after Friday Dec 17th 2:00 PST Worldbuilders will be over.

While this has been our best year so far, I feel a little bad that I wasn’t a little more organized.

I was planning on doing more author interviews like the ones I did last year. I wanted to write a blog about my adventures on House on the Rock to accompany Gaiman’s book. I wanted to write another about how I met Paolini at Comic-con to go with his donations. I’d planned on finishing the second half of my Perils of Fanfiction post from months ago.

Unfortunately, edits on book two took a lot more time and energy than I expected. And as a result, I had to let some of those plans go.

Because of that, we have a lot of items in this final blog that are cool enough to be set aside in blogs of their own.

But there’s just no more time. So you’re getting them all at once. Try not to let their combined awesome overwhelm you.

A Final Goal:

So yesterday in the blog that posted Neil Gaiman’s donation, I said I hoped we might be able to hit 150,000 dollars before the end of the fundraiser.

We hit that goal in less than ten hours. So I’ve decided to re-set the donation thermometer one last time.

Our last goal, the goal that I really don’t know if we’ll be able to meet, is going to be 166,700 dollars.

It’s an odd number. But if we raise that much money on our Team Heifer page it means that after Worldbuilders makes its matching donation, we will have raised a quarter million dollars for Heifer International this year.

That would be an amazing milestone. Plus when I’m trying to persuade people to donate books next year, I could say to them, “Last year we raised a quarter million dollars.” That’s a persuasive piece of information…

I don’t know if we’ll be able to make it. But I’m excited to try…

  • A copy of the UK and a copy of the US version of The Black Prism by Brent Weeks. Signed by the author.

I did an interview with Brent Weeks last year. And this year he’s not only kicking in some books, but stepping up to the plate and helping me match donations as well. This earns him a warm place in my heart forever.

Black Prism is his new book, and BSC review says that it’s full of “Multiple twists and compelling  characters…a page-turner.”

  • A set of The Night Angel Trilogy: The Way of Shadows, Shadow’s Edge and Beyond the Shadows by Brent Weeks. Signed by the author.

  • A set of Graphic Audio books of Shadow’s Edge by Brent Weeks. Both signed by the author.

“I was mesmerized from start to finish. Unforgettable characters, a plot that kept me guessing, nonstop action and the kind of in-depth storytelling that makes me admire a writer’s work.” – Terry Brooks

  • A hardcover set of Eragon, Eldest, and Brisingr by Christopher Paolini. Signed by the author.

As I mentioned above, this is one of the donations I wanted to set aside in its own blog.

You see, I met Paolini at Comic Con this year. He’s a hell of a nice guy. He conducted an interview with me on Suvudu. It was the first interview he’d ever conducted, and he did a way better job with it than I did with my first interview earlier that day with Sandeep Parikh.

The blog I was writing was a tricky one, and I talked a lot about the strange place Paolini occupies in fantasy. In some ways he is the biggest rags-to-riches story we have in the genre. Young kid writes a book, gets published, gets a movie, becomes an international bestseller.

A ton of people read his books. A ton of people love his stuff. Published in 50 countries.

On the other end of the spectrum there’s a big camp of people who get all bitchy and snarky whenever his name comes up. They talk about plagiarism and such.

My blog talked about my own preconceptions about Paolini’s work. Most importantly it talked about something embarrassing: that I judged his books without ever reading them. That’s a hard thing to admit, because I like to think that I’m better than that.

After months of tinkering on the blog, doing research, finding links. It was finally finished. It was about 2000 words long. I was going to post it last Sunday night. It was going to lead off our final week of the fundraiser. I even got my friend to illustrate it, depicting me in all my ignorant judgmental glory:

Then, about 45 minutes before I was finished with the blog, my computer crashed and I lost it.

I’ll reconstruct that blog eventually. Then everyone will get a chance to voice their opinions and discuss in the comments.

But not today. This isn’t the time or place for it, understand? During Worldbuilders geeks of all genres come together and make the world a better place. We do not snark and froth at each other no matter what our differences of opinion. Follow me?

In addition to these signed books that we’re adding to the general lottery, Christopher has offered up another set of books for auction….

  • A set of Eragon, Eldest, and Brisingr by Christopher Paolini, signed and personalized by the author.

If you win this auction, Christopher Paolini will sign and personalize these books to you however you like.

To see more pictures or bid on this auction you can follow this link.

  • A copy of 3 Dead Princes, An Anarchist Fairy Tale by Danbert Nobacon and illustrations by Alex Cox. Signed by the author and illustrator. Donated by Exterminating Angel Press.

“This is a beautiful book. The illustrations are wonderful. It definitely rocks! I ought to know.” – Iggy Pop

  • A copy of Sorceries edited by Katharine Kerr. Signed by Katharine Kerr.

Another donation from Katherine Kerr who was nice enough to donate an original manuscript to the auction this year. Sorceries has been out of print for a while, so this signed copy is pretty cool.

  • A set of anthologies: Timeshares; Terribly Twisted Tales, signed by author Kelly Swails; and Stalking the Wild Hare, signed by author Dylan Birtolo.

Here we’ve got three different anthologies; a veritable buffett of new authors and stories to sample from. You have twisted faerie tales, hard sci-fi, epic fantasy, urban fantasy. A little bit of everything…

  • A copy of Hungry for Your Love: An Anthology of Zombie Romance edited by Lori Perkins. Signed by the author.

This anthology only needs two words to describe it: Zombie Romance.

Yeah. A whole anthology of Zombie Romance. I’m going to have to pick this one up…

  • A set of the October Daye Novels: by Seanan McGuire. Signed by the author.

“A refreshingly original story told in a wry, confident voice. Rosemary and Rue is a treat to read.” – Kelley Armstrong


If you’re a geek trying to raise geek children, you might want to check out this charming picture book for kids. It’s received a starred review from Kirkus Reviews and is a 2011 ALSC Notable Nominee.

Here we have some lovely donations from Apex Books.

“Fresh, inventive, stylish and captivating, the work of a writer of unusual promise.” – Dean Koontz

  • A copy of The Apex Book of World SF edited by Lavie Tidhar.

“This literary window into the international world of imaginative fiction, the first in a new series, is sure to appeal to adventurous sf fans and readers of fiction in translation.” – Library Journal.

“Burrow’s debut is a swift-moving, pathos-free, creatively amusing riff on zombies from the zombie perspective.” – Publishers Weekly

“Braoddus and White are an unlikely pairing of talents that works astonishingly well. Orgy of Souls is a powerful, innovative work of fiction and one I recommend wholeheartedly. A damned fine read.” – James A. Moore

“Michael A. Burstein is an Isaac Asimov for the new millennium” – Robert J. Sawyer

“A remarkable collection, bursting at the seams with thought-provoking ideas and shattering visions.” – Brandon Massey

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  • Two hardcover copies of The Splendid Magic of Penny Arcade. The 11.5 Anniversary Edition. Signed by Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins.

Earlier this year, I got a bit of thrill when I was mentioned on Penny Arcade on their blog.

Okay. That’s a slight understatement. I was giggly as a schoolgirl. It might even be fair to say that I was twitterpated.

When it happened, I realized that my life was pretty cool. I also decided that since I don’t get to play many video games these days, I was going to start celebrating the cool things that happen to me by giving myself achievements.

Getting mentioned on Penny Arcade, I decided, would be the first achievement I officially unlocked.

I even got a friend to do an illustration to commemorate the event:

Note to people who don’t read Penny Arcade: Wanged is a technical term.

Suffice it to say that I love me some Penny Arcade, and these books are lovely collections.  If you want more details than that, you can read the interview with Jerry Holkins I posted up just a couple hours ago.

“Sanderson knows how to wrap things up cleanly. He spins a world that’s easily complex and mysterious enough to warrant sequels, but prefers to end it climactically, answering many of his biggest questions, while leaving others to the imagination.” – The Onion

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Lastly, we have another set of donations I wanted to put into its own blog.

The lovely folks at Badali Jewelry make rings, necklaces, pentants and pins. What’s more, some of the stuff they make is based off the jewelery in fantasy novels.

They got in contact with me recently in order to talk about plans for… things. Secret things. Things which will be revealed in the near future.

When they found out about Worldbuilders, they were eager to donate some of their stuff to the fundraiser.

Then I dropped Brandon Sanderson a line and asked if he’d be willing to donate some books to go along with the Jewlery. He said he would, because Brandon is a hell of a nice guy.

  • A hardcover set Mistborn, The Well of Ascension and The Hero of Ages of by Brandon Sanderson. Signed by the Author.

With accompanying Steel Alphabet Medallion from Badali Jewelry.

“Intrigue, politics, and conspiracies mesh complexly in a world Sanderson realizes in satisfying depth and peoples with impressive characters.” – Booklist

  • A hardcover copy of The Gathering Storm by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson. Signed by the Author.

With accompanying set of Asha’man Dragon pin and a Dedicated Sword pin from Badali Jewelry.

“The Wheel of Time . . . is a fantasy tale seldom equaled and still less often surpassed in English.”—Chicago Sun-Times

With accompanying Aon Omi Love Pendant from Badali Jewelry.

“Outstanding fantasy debut . . . . The intrigue and excitement grow steadily in this smoothly written, perfectly balanced narrative; by the end readers won’t want to put it down.” – Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)

I think that’s a great item to end the fundraiser on, don’t you?

I don’t need to mention that I can actually read what’s written on this ring, do I? That I can actually recite it from memory… in the original language?

No. I didn’t think so. Let’s pretend that I’m not quite that much of a geek.

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Well folks. That’s it for this year. Remember that for every 10 dollars you donate on the Team Heifer page you get the chance to win these cool donations and hundreds of others.

We also have a few auctions that are still running for a little while. You can find them here.

Lastly, here’s the link to the main Worldbuilders page. You can head over there to see all the other donations and cool things.

Thanks again for eveything folks. Here’s hoping we can make our final goal.

“We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams.”

This entry was posted in Achievement Unlocked!, BJ Hiorns Art, Nathan Taylor Art, videos, Worldbuilders 2010By Pat50 Responses


  1. SavvyP
    Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:04 PM | Permalink

    I think 166,700 is doable. It’s at 164,704 at the moment. :)

  2. Joshua_Guess
    Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:07 PM | Permalink

    Sad that another worldbuilders year is coming to an end, but floored at what how much you’ve been able to manage, Pat. As promised, my donation comes shortly. Just wish I could’ve done more, but eBooks take a while to get big sales.

    The good news is I will have a full year of sales to save up for next year! WOO!

  3. saikya
    Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:17 PM | Permalink

    Oh my G. The ring…. *hiss* Thank you for the hard work, Pat. Despite my inability to help due to some circumstances, I’m really happy for this. Your posts take my breath away. I hope to help in the future years. <3

  4. DShannon
    Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:26 PM | Permalink

    Holy crap. Do want the Elantris set soooo bad.

    • Hxlgg
      Posted December 17, 2010 at 12:29 PM | Permalink

      Isn’t it beautiful?? That book was brilliant and I love the accompanying pendant!

  5. Blarghedy
    Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:27 PM | Permalink

    Pat, you know you have to make a section on your site for all your achievements now, right?

    • kethdurazh
      Posted December 17, 2010 at 12:02 PM | Permalink

      Yes please! Including a new achievement for Worldbuilders raising over a quarter of a million dollars! Can’t wait to see that one.

  6. bastimret
    Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:28 PM | Permalink

    Man, it’s been forever since I checked the blog. So glad SubPress dropped your name in today’s newsletter, thus prompting me to pop over and see about the goings on. Almost missed out on the fundraiser!

    Just made a donation to the lottery and purchased a shirt. Awsome job this year, that’s an amazing amount of money going to a great cause, and all in just over a month!

    I’ve got an extra copy of a signed limited novel that I was thinking of selling recently, but now I believe I’ll hold onto it as a donation for next year’s fundraiser. I’ll put a little post-it note that says “For Pat, don’t sell!” so I don’t forget 11 months from now ;-)

  7. Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:30 PM | Permalink

    You’ve started an amazing thing with Worldbuilders, which I’m sure you’ve noticed but really if you ever feel badly you should just come look over your blog and feel better about things. And its almost as beneficial to the fans as it is to the people who now get to eat more regularly, which makes it wonderfully selfish to do this good deed, which I rather like somehow. I can’t wait to find out what the “secret things” are, but I have a guess, and a feeling that I’m going to covet them rather badly. Thanks for being so wonderful, and congrats on finishing editing. :)

  8. thechessqueen
    Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:33 PM | Permalink

    I don’t suppose you would know if Paolini is taken? I read Eragon when it first came out (I admit it, I am a sucker for anything with a dragon on the cover). Some of my girlfriends and I got into it about how hot we thought Chris was and whether or not he was taken (or how long he’d stay on the market if he was single).

  9. mj951
    Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:37 PM | Permalink

    Wow, just wow. I really hope that we reach the (new) goal, as “quarter million” really does sound awesome

    I wish that I could have donated more, but sadly the bills don’t pay themselves, and it was pointed out to me by a friend that if I went hungry, my contributions to the solution would be slightly tainted by me becoming part of the problem…. There is always next year. While this is my first year participating, it has brought back great memories from high school (one of my English teachers is also a fan of Heifer International, and we were able to donate 2 goats as a class my senior year)

    Thanks for everything Pat, both for setting all of this up and fleshing out my reading list while waiting for Wise Man’s Fear.

    Congrats on this year and Happy Holidays!

  10. katelyn
    Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:47 PM | Permalink

    As of right now, we have less than $30 to go to meet the final goal! This has been so incredible. As Lewis C.K. would say, “I have LESS than no money, (like I think the bank is charging me to have a bank account right now)” … but I do have a home and food to eat, so here goes another (relatively small) donation.

    Thanks Pat – it is a rather selfish gratification that comes with participating in something like this, but seeing as it’s also going to help a LOT of people, I’d say everyone deserves a warm fuzzy with each donation. Happy Holidays!

  11. thechessqueen
    Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:47 PM | Permalink

    Wooooohooo! You made your goal!!! Quarter of a million dollars!

    *sits back stunned*

    You are an amazing person, Pat. Talk about bringing out the best in people…

  12. chaz
    Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:52 PM | Permalink

    Pat, I just watched the Worldbuilders climb past the goal. $166,639… $166,689… $166,739! Congratulations on a truly amazing project — you may not have had time to do everything you wanted to, but that is nothing compared to such a huge achievement. Congrats!

  13. duncan6894
    Posted December 16, 2010 at 11:55 PM | Permalink

    Pat, congrats on exceeding the current goal (soon to be old goal). What I want to see is, how you do the selection process. I’m thinking chucky cheese ball pit with names written on the balls, and you and oot throwing them into a giant basket.

    • Widow Of Sirius
      Posted December 17, 2010 at 12:09 PM | Permalink


  14. kniko
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 12:04 AM | Permalink

    yay.. we beat the goal :-)

  15. rue
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 12:36 AM | Permalink

    Congratulations on hitting the final goal!

    I just donated a little more, and I feel so very optimistic about the world right now. I just started an account to say I’ve been following this thing every year for a few years, now. Since I have a tiny income, this year was my first time contributing. :) But seriously, I love these blogs and I love what you do! Thank you for being awesome, Pat.

    • rue
      Posted December 17, 2010 at 12:38 AM | Permalink

      On a side note, I can’t find the answer to this, so I hope you don’t mind my asking:

      Is there any way to verify I contributed via Worldbuilders? I can’t find anything about it in the confirmation form…

  16. chaelek
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 12:59 AM | Permalink

    One of my favorite paragraphs in your book is

    “I have stolen princesses back from sleeping barrow kings. I burned down the town of Trebon. I have spent the night with Felurian and left with both my sanity and my life. I was expelled from the University at a younger age than most people are allowed in. I tread paths by moonlight that others fear to speak of during day. I have talked to Gods, loved women, and written songs that make the minstrels weep.”

    I think creating a charity that raises this much money could easily be the first line in a similar paragraph about your own life.

  17. Silchas
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 1:47 AM | Permalink

    “Our last goal, the goal that I really don’t know if we’ll be able to meet, is going to be 166,700 dollars. It’s an odd number. ”


    It’s an odd number.


    • duncan6894
      Posted December 17, 2010 at 1:59 AM | Permalink

      Its an even number actually. Odd would be 166,701. Would need some time to find the closest prime number.

      • chaz
        Posted December 17, 2010 at 4:22 AM | Permalink

        I think that was the joke…

        And hey, wolfram alpha can calculate that! Neato.

      • Geddy
        Posted December 17, 2010 at 4:43 AM | Permalink

        Pretty sure he meant odd as in “strange”.

      • Posted December 17, 2010 at 9:18 AM | Permalink

        Gotta love our oft’ confusing, double-meaning English language. Amazing how a word such as odd can mean one thing to one person (peculiar, say), and then mean something completely different to another.

  18. fearsome
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 3:40 AM | Permalink

    Paaaaaaaaaaat, there is a “problem”…

    You have to post a new blog because donation reached 169k…

    Go on! Write it !

  19. Posted December 17, 2010 at 6:42 AM | Permalink

    Mr. Rothfuss,
    I will give you one (a.k.a. 1) cheeseburger for all of the Brandon Sanderson goodies. Consider it. Have a wonderful day.


  20. bastimret
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 6:50 AM | Permalink

    I’ll see your cheeseburger and raise you 2 tacos.

  21. Mouse
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 6:53 AM | Permalink

    I’ll see your tacos and raise you a penultimate chalupa.

  22. hakiva
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 7:17 AM | Permalink

    Sorry if it’s inappropriate to post this question here-
    I just checked the Team Heifer page, and while I gave $50 (and have the email receipt), my name isn’t listed. I’m not concerned about being in the raffle, I just want my 50 to be included in the grand total. A quarter of a mil is HUGE!
    Suggestions on how I can f/up on this?

    • Widow Of Sirius
      Posted December 17, 2010 at 12:11 PM | Permalink

      The names listed are from the people who “joined the team” first, that’s the only difference, and it wasn’t necessary in order to be involved.

      • hakiva
        Posted December 17, 2010 at 3:05 PM | Permalink

        Great! Thanks for your reply!

  23. Marcus Cox
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 7:22 AM | Permalink

    Oh wow. Just yesterday I was looking through the archives and reread the Lesbian Unicorn post (the one where you initially mention Chris Paloni) and I recalled that I had asked about your thoughts on Chris’s work, while making the comment that I didn’t enjoy it. I found that a couple more comments where made against my view so four months after the initial post I made a rebuttal. Now we see this.

    Congrats on the mass success of the charity. You truly are an inspiration to humanity. Also I got my Eolian shirt yesterday. It’s awesome.

  24. Christer
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 8:07 AM | Permalink

    $172,419… goal surpassed. Then stomped on… then we laughed at it. Poor small goal. Hope we hit $175, 000, that’s quite a few cows!

  25. jayh
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 8:55 AM | Permalink

    Kind of relating to Hakiva’s question….

    I know you don’t need to be a member of Team Heifer to donate to Team Heifer, But I was thinking of donating a little bit more and was wondering what joining the Team Heifer got me besides my name on the wall. Do we learn a secret handshake or anything? Official Team Heifer Member T-Shirts (hmmm, Underarmour is right down the road, wonder if I could get them to donate some Team Heifer shwag for next year). Just curious. Congratz on the new and improved grand total, glad you got some co-contributors for the matching this year.


  26. Schwartz the Younger
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 9:00 AM | Permalink

    We are the music makers,
    And we are the dreamers of dreams,
    Wandering by lone sea-breakers,
    And sitting by desolate streams;
    World-losers and world-forsakers,
    On whom the pale moon gleams:
    Yet we are the movers and shakers
    Of the world for ever, it seems.

    One of my favorites.

  27. Kyndig
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 9:03 AM | Permalink

    Congratulations on reaching the final goal. Quarter of a million dollars ain’t no little bitty bit. It’s a big bitty bit. This has been one hell of a ride. So, are you going to dress up like Vanna White and do the lottery raffle on a live stream?

    Cuz like, I’ll pay more for that.

  28. Posted December 17, 2010 at 9:16 AM | Permalink

    That’s probably for the better, Pat, that you didn’t use the Black Speech here on the blogfront. I, too, can recite the thing from memory (Ash nazg…), and sometimes I like to use it just to annoy/freak out my wife.

    It’s so awesome how much money has been raised this year for Worldbuilders. Great job, everyone!

  29. Posted December 17, 2010 at 10:02 AM | Permalink

    Good stuff! It was thanks to that interview with yourself, Mr Pat, that I found Brent Weeks. I am eternally grateful! The Black Prism is something everyone should read, in my opinion, and the Night Angel books are crack to me, baby.

    As I write this the total over at Heifer is $176,189! Congratumalations sir!

  30. kungfusinger
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 10:06 AM | Permalink


  31. priscellie
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 10:34 AM | Permalink

    The goal has been CRUSHED!

    Thanks so much to all who donated money or prizes!
    Thanks to Worldbuilders’ extraordinary sponsors!
    Thanks to folks like Dan whose selflessness inspired us to even greater altruism!
    Thanks to Heifer for running such a brilliant organization!
    And thanks to Pat for leading us in this astonishing movement!

    Together, we have done something incredible. We are changing the world for the better.

  32. BC Woods
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 10:47 AM | Permalink

    Brief technical note:

    I use wordpress for my blog and it used to eat my blog posts all the time.

    I’ve never lost more than a sentence with this. Plus, it’s a great no nonsense writing utility. Sorry if this sounds spammy, but I recommend it to everyone who has lost a post.

    Also, you may be one of the most uncomfortably nice people in the history of America. I will now go donate to alleviate my sense of shame.

  33. lodi16b
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 10:58 AM | Permalink

    I cannot wait to see what Badali Jewelry has in store for NOTW!

    • Posted December 17, 2010 at 12:41 PM | Permalink

      I second that…I already have the Mistborn pendant and the Asha’man pins. They are great pieces of workmanship.

  34. Widow Of Sirius
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 12:14 PM | Permalink

    Love. SO unbelievably happy. Over $180k donated, and there’s still a couple of hours, right?

    I made a (really bad) YouTube video about Worldbuilders and it’s gotten some hits. I hope it gives us a good last-minute boost :)

  35. chaelek
    Posted December 17, 2010 at 1:24 PM | Permalink

    The amount donated just jumped like 6,000 in 10 minutes time….. I don’t even know what to say.

  36. Posted December 17, 2010 at 2:17 PM | Permalink

    Almost to $190k with just under two hours to go.

    I euphemistically dug under the seat cushions of the couch and came up with another $50 (and a very ancient TV Guide? Do they even print that thing anymore?) so keep going, everyone!

    So … yeah. Little Engine That Could and stuff like that.

  37. Socks in Sandals
    Posted December 18, 2010 at 12:46 AM | Permalink

    190.914 $ donated at the writing moment, less than two hours to go… How awesome would it be if we actually broke the 200 k mark? That would be 300 thousand dollars in total donated, that is an insanely huge amount of money. You know, not that we aren’t already huge, but come on, I mean 300 THOUSAND dollars, that’s something.
    *goes off to donate a little bit more*

    • Socks in Sandals
      Posted December 18, 2010 at 12:52 AM | Permalink

      Ooops, nevermind, misunderstood the time, still though, 190 thousand dollars, not too shabby would probably be the gravest understatement I could think of. Wonderful job, and cudos to Patrick Rothfuss, a great author and a great man (y)

  38. chat
    Posted February 25, 2012 at 2:31 PM | Permalink

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