jimwmhart

jimwmhart

  • Commented on Another deceptively simple question
    I don't know if's been covered, I haven't read all the comments. But, for fiction books at least, I think there will be a lot more interactivity. Say you get half way through a book and a character from the...
  • Commented on Sitrep
    Will the Lambda Functionary be slotting in there somewhere?...
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: 419/Rule 34
    "Sorry, Charlie, save your legs. It's still at the pre-order stage" According to The Independent (http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/uks-first-commercial-3d-printer-on-sale-in-maplin-for-69999-8697332.html) and many other sources, it's available IN STORE from 9th July. It does however arrive in 'kit' form, how much of a kit it...
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: 419/Rule 34
    "What other mentioned-in-Rule-34 tech do you think I might have been talking about?" I thought it may have been a technology that you decided to omit from the main narrative, on the count that it would appear 'dated' in 2023....
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: 419/Rule 34
    Charlie, in your "blindsided by the future" blog post you spoke of a technology you thought would be here by 2013, and "as unremarkable as wallpaper by 2023". I don't think you let on which technology you were talking about,...
  • Commented on Books I've written
    This is probably aimed mainly towards your near future SF than some of your other work, but how much does the plausibility of future technology and society come into your writing?...
  • Commented on "We're going to need book covers. Lots of book covers!"
    It's interesting how the US cover of 'Neptune's Brood' has to include 'A Space Opera' on the cover so people don't think it's mermaid erotica. Not as bad as the US cover for 'Saturn's Children' though I guess. Although luckily...
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