Daily Archives: December 30, 2007

Like Watching the Odometer Roll Over

As of 9pm tonight, there have been exactly 8,990,000 unique visits to this site this year, which was an awfully round number, so I took a screenshot. It also means that unless the site fails to garner an additional 10k unique visits between now and 11:59:59pm tomorrow (which it should; it’s averaging rather more than […]

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Probably the Worst It’s Been

My office, 12/30/07: This is, alas, an all-too-accurate metaphor for what my brain has been like for most of 2007. Hopefully, 2008 will be a bit neater.

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On the Slate, 2008

In order to facilitate you in your acquisition of ScalziProduct™, here’s a handy list of things I know are coming out from me, and being written by me, in 2008. Stuff I Know is Coming Out in 2008 1. The Rough Guide to the Universe, Second Edition — This hits either in March or May. […]

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A Month of Writers, Day Twenty Four: Tim Pratt

Quite unintentionally, it turns out that I’m the guy who told Tim Pratt that he won a Hugo this year: After the list of Hugo Winners was posted, and Tim’s “Impossible Dreams” nabbed the short story award, I sent him a quick little congratulatory e-mail. His response a short time later was, essentially, “I did […]

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