I'm in New York, attending Book Expo America, a huge publishing trade show, because of Tor's DRM-free ebook announcement. (And, speaking of DRM-free ebooks, it looks like the dominos are beginning to fall: IPG—the Independent Publishers Group, a distributor for smaller publishers—are about to start offering a DRM-free publishing channel for their members. Good for them!)
So I've been busy recovering from jet lag, giving talks, meeting with editors, and having my head scanned at MakerBot Industries. Because Cory Doctorow had his head scanned and he wanted company. No, really. This is the twenty first century and we have 3D printed models of Cory Doctorow and we have quadrotor drone cat-copters but I still can't get decent bandwidth on my mifi in a foreign country. Sigh. The future: it's not what I expected!