Daily Archives: October 7, 2008
Sometime in the next 48 hours (or so), I’m going to attempt upgrading this site to its own server, the better to avoid annoying access issues. If everything works the way it should, you might not even notice. If it doesn’t, of course, I may destroy the site as we know it. Let’s hope it’s […]
Here it is. Note the category this book is #1 in: I can has clear? No! No, you can’t has clear! Not yours! You has too many ngrmz! kthxbye. Man, that’s just weird. I can’t help but think it’s somehow related to this.
Audible has finally given us the go-ahead to spill some more beans about Metatropolis, the audiobook “future cities” anthology I edited, and contributed a story for along with Elizabeth Bear, Toby Buckell, Jay Lake and Schroeder. So here are some details, including details how to preorder the anthology (and in doing so, get the first […]
Megan McArdle gives some advice for people freaking about their 401(k)s and IRAs. I’m not sure I’d advise conspicuous and willful short-term ignorance of the status of your retirement accounts, but I think the core of her advice is advising people not to panic about the short-term gyrations of long-term investments, and in this respect […]
I probably wouldn’t have posted this, except that it involved my own representative: One of Rep. John Boehner’s local offices was evacuated Monday afternoon after a suspicious package arrived in the mail… Multiple police agencies responded to the Republican congressman’s West Chester office and began an investigation. After an X-ray analysis, investigators determined the package […]