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  • Commented on Book day!
    "Vapire" is an interesting typo. So would that be someone who steals hits off everyone else's e-cigs, or a real nasty who inhales life force from their victims?...
  • Commented on Book day!
    Well, crap, it's still Monday here, and Barnes and Nobbled won't even ship my pre-ordered hardback until Tuesday. After that it will take a week to get to me. All that being true, I will take any spoilers as a...
  • Commented on Empire Games
    Link to my 5-star review of Empire Games on Amazon....
  • Commented on Empire Games
    I reread the first 3 books in the omnibus form last fall, so I'm ready for Empire Games. UPS tracking shows it's arrived on this side of the continent; I'm hoping to have it in my hands by Thursday. Coincidentally,...
  • Commented on Gratuitous Self-Promotion: the US West Coast Remix
    If you've not been to the Green Dragon before, I highly recommend it. A very good selection of local beers & ales, & the food is good. I'll try to be there Tuesday night....
  • Commented on Upcoming appearances, Amsterdam, Seattle and Spokane
    No Portland this year? *sob* oh, well, have fun in Spokane & Seattle....
  • Commented on Any Sufficiently Advanced Technology Is Indistinguishable From Cthulhu
    Yep, this is another aspect of the categorization problem: any set of categories imposed on a universe of discourse is not useful in describing the real world beyond a certain level of precision, and it becomes less useful more quickly...
  • Commented on Any Sufficiently Advanced Technology Is Indistinguishable From Cthulhu
    Sounds like grad school....
  • Commented on Any Sufficiently Advanced Technology Is Indistinguishable From Cthulhu
    The fundamental problem for humans in a universe very much bigger and more complex than ourselves is that we don't understand it now, and don't know for sure that we can. So if we meet near-godlike beings, we can't tell...
  • Commented on Any Sufficiently Advanced Technology Is Indistinguishable From Cthulhu
    This sounds similar to a principle I came up with some years ago while working in the computer industry:Any sufficiently unreliable technology is indistinguishable from superstition.This principle supports the well-known Tech Support MaximsTo restore proper operation to a complex device,...
  • Commented on Second childhood?
    Hmm ... a couple of comics I hadn't heard of; need to go check them out. Here are a few that haven't been mentioned yet. Dicebox by Jenn Manley Lee. A story about 2 itinerant workers in an interstellar post-scarcity...
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