Sean Eric Fagan

Sean Eric Fagan

  • Commented on That "Annihilation Score" spoiler thread you're all asking for
    His full name, as stated in the books, is Robert Oliver Francis Howard....
  • Commented on That "Annihilation Score" spoiler thread you're all asking for
    You mean "Designed by Apple in Cupertino, California." They'd be made in China. Or maybe Brazil. (Blast it, now I am picturing what an Ive-designed baseball bat would look like.)...
  • Commented on Reminders
    So, they didn't make headlines? Or other things going on mean everyone is busy with their own crises?...
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: Equoid
    If I shaved my beard off, nobody would believe I knew anything about unix....
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: Equoid
    Right. Both of you, cool it. If your comment exceeds 200 words, it might be best to pause and ask yourself what you think you are trying to say and accomplish....
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: Equoid
    People are getting annoyingly close to needing a warning. Feel free to discuss the philosophy of metawarnings....
  • Commented on From the hemline index to the vampire/zombie ratio: SF/F by the numbers
    It's a world in which setting charges on electronic components in a specific pattern alters the rules of physics -- the explanation for vampires in that setting was very rational. (Far more rational than most, for sure.) (It doesn't explain...
  • Commented on The Evil Business Plan of Evil (and misery for all)
    Right. All of you stop for the night, please....
  • Commented on Who Got Fantasy in My Science Fiction?
    CatinaDiamond, I have just removed four of your comments. I hope I don't have to remove more. Read the rules of moderation, and -- in particular -- run with the idea that other commentators are to be debated with, not...
  • Commented on The Biggest Little SF Publisher you never heard of pulls on the jackboots
    "raghead" is just as offensive a term as "wetback," so stop it, please. I am in particular offended by you trying to justify it....
  • Commented on Inverted realities
    I think I'm very relieved both of you are so busy doing your own works, because a McGuire-Stross collaboration would be ... disturbing. (And throw in Watts in case it was too full of hope and cheer.)...
  • Commented on The Biggest Little SF Publisher you never heard of pulls on the jackboots
    Note that SFWA has not only refused to confirm or deny he was the person expelled, but they also refuse to explain why the expelled member was expelled (although that certainly does follow from the former)....
  • Commented on A different cluetrain
    Please don't insult the other commentators. Or at least be subtle about it....
  • Commented on An exercise in futility
    That's not actually the original reason for copyright laws. But the original copyright laws were very different from what we have now....
  • Commented on An exercise in futility
    My guess is he would feel you should stop trolling, and read the comments to date to answer your questions....
  • Commented on An exercise in futility
    In this case it's not being published differently; it's being displayed differently by the reading app -- that's it....
  • Commented on An exercise in futility
    That's the "moral rights" Charlie referred to -- a very big deal in Europe, pretty much non-existent in the US, and it prevents someone from doing exactly this, making a derivative work without permission. (I mostly disagree with "moral rights,"...
  • Commented on A different cluetrain
    Until Charlie pops up about this, I'm going to say that discussion needs to be stopped. You, David L, are not to blame for it, and I don't disagree with you (and I don't believe Charlie does, either)... but it...
  • Commented on A different cluetrain
    I think that's enough about Israel and anyone else, until Charlie is awake....
  • Commented on Space Robot Sad Trombone
    not a simple shell Dyson's original Sphere wasn't a simple shell, either, remember....
  • Commented on Brontosaurus BDSM, Werewolf Marines, and Serious Social Issues: Self-Publishing in the Wild
    There is nothing preventing an interpreted language on a non-Von Neumann architecture -- why do you think that is? A just-in-time compiled environment would have some problems there, but even that's not even particularly difficult. You are never going back...
  • Commented on Brontosaurus BDSM, Werewolf Marines, and Serious Social Issues: Self-Publishing in the Wild
    If physical access were required, nobody would end up with updated firmware. And yes, end users do update their firmware -- it's especially common for SSDs, these days. You can't, in this case, rely on cryptographic security, because we're talking...
  • Commented on Brontosaurus BDSM, Werewolf Marines, and Serious Social Issues: Self-Publishing in the Wild
    A lot of plots are killed by having mobile phones -- it's interesting to see how they work around them. Well, interesting when they work around them well. The problem with cellphones as spying is that they do transmit, and...
  • Commented on In which I am crabby about viral archery videos.
    Not helpful: using insults. Helpful: explaining why the statement is wrong. (Less insulting, and, of course, I'm also curious why.)...
  • Commented on In which I am crabby about viral archery videos.
    You tone strikes me as a bit close to trying to pick a fight with Nojay, so you may want to keep that in mind in the future, please....
  • Commented on Default Option
    Have you looked at the yen lately?...
  • Commented on Why we're not going to see sub-orbital airliners
    I keep considering a Tesla; the long wait period is what mostly keeps me from doing so. My consideration of the Tesla is as a luxury car. From that perspective, it's not horribly out of whack with the competition (which...
  • Commented on Why we're not going to see sub-orbital airliners
    I believe he meant total each year. That is, "Each year, no more than a few hundred people in the lowr 50% of earnings buy a new car of any sort."...
  • Commented on Cloud cuckoo politics
    I don't see why everyone is assuming he doesn't understand what he's asking for -- from what I can tell, the UK is a surveillance state, with an ever-increasing desire to watch everything, not only in real-time, but to store...
  • Commented on Why we're not going to see sub-orbital airliners
    I think this is also a topic that can be dropped now....
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