Happy Bloomsday!

Celebrating the life and work of James Joyce
Statue of James Joyce at Fluntern cemetery, Zurich. Photograph: Sebastian Derungs/Reuters
What are your plans for Bloomsday? Over on Twitter, they're urging us to eat "ghastly things for breakfast". I'm not sure I can be tempted to start the day with "the inner organs of beasts and fowls ... thick giblet soup, nutty gizzards, a stuffed roast heart, liver slices fried with crustcrumbs, fried hencods' roes", but I could easily be persuaded into a pint later on. "I was blue mouldy for the want of that pint. Declare to God I could hear it hit the pit of my stomach with a click." It might only be ten o'clock but I'm thirsty already - yes, I said yes, I will, yes.
Today is Bloomsday, an anniversary rejoycing the life and work of writer James Joyce. It is not Joyce's birthday, mind you, but the day on which his magnum opus Ulysses is set: 16 June 1904.

So! Whether you're planning to reacquaint yourself with the Irish writer's prose - the sprawling modernist mess that is Ulysses (?) - or perhaps just joining in the spirit of celebration, here are a few links that might help get you in the mood:
I don't know about you, but the spirit of my celebration is taking the form of a cold glass of Guinness.