• Commented on Spoiler Thread
    It was stated a number of times that when two vampires meet they will try and kill each other, and when the violin (class 2 vamp) met Mhari (class 1 vamp) it tried to do just that. I wonder how...
  • Commented on The revolution will not be hand-stitched
    Rather than going to a shop for a scan, it's more likely to be something that people buy to use at home They may already have them, or at least will in the near future. I came across a review...
  • Commented on Why Microsoft Word must Die
    (Authors and unions isn't so much a case of herding cats as a case of trying to farm octopi. Hint: out of mating season octopi consider other octopi to be food ...) Well, if you're unable to use collective bargaining...
  • Commented on Why Microsoft Word must Die
    I'm not sure it's fair to blame Word for people choosing the wrong tool for the job. If, for example, a significant proportion of authors use Scrivener why not get together (maybe in some sort of union of guild) and...
  • Commented on Why Microsoft Word must Die
    Oh, I almost forgot to address the other issue - it's unavoidability. That's the fault of the network effect, not Word, and you'd have this problem with whichever word processor won the crown. Is there a consensus among authors as...
  • Commented on Why Microsoft Word must Die
    No, I just like devils advocate. Word isn't terrible for most things it's used for as fundamental design decisions don't really impinge on these. If you're trying to do something where it's a poor tool then change the tool, but...
  • Commented on Why Microsoft Word must Die
    Whilst Word does have it's flaws (just like any other program) a lot of the comment here smacks of complaining that "this swiss army knife was rubbish for re-wiring the house, and it made a mess when I used it...
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