I'm in a b-a-a-a-a-d way right now. Normal service will be resumed once my head figures out what continent I'm on. (Hey, why don't we see this shit in the kind of SF that deals with real fast interplanetary/interstellar travel? You arrive on a new world and not only are you eleven hours out of whack, but there are twenty seven hours in the day and the sun rises in the west ...)
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Today's posting canceled due to jet lag
- Common Misconceptions About Publishing—a series of essays about the industry I work in.
- How I Got Here In The End —my non-writing autobiography, or what I did before becoming a full-time writer.
- Unwirer—an experiment in weblog mediated collaborative fiction.
- Shaping the Future—a talk I gave on the social implications of Moore's Law.
- Japan: first impressions — or, what I did on my holidays
- Inside the MIT Media Lab—what it’s like to spend a day wandering around the Media Lab.
- The High Frontier, Redux — space colonization: feasible or futile?
- “Nothing like this will be built again”—inside a nuclear reactor complex.
- Old blog—2003-2006 (RIP)
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