t3knomanser

t3knomanser

  • Commented on Books I will not write, #2: Iron Sunrise Variations
    Well, what about another book in that universe? I mean, you're only juggling… what, five or six other universes? It should be no problem for you to chuck another one in there....
  • Commented on Moonshine
    Saturn's Children was pretty much the outcome of these posts....
  • Commented on Moonshine
    Well, the Earth's gravity well is deeper, so it will always be more expensive to get, say, a nuke from the Earth to the moon. But you can still, pretty easily, get the nuke there. And on the Earth, you...
  • Commented on Moonshine
    As I said above: you could theoretically drop rocks. Big rocks. The problem is that I don't think that you could make dropping rocks cheaper than launching ICBMs from Earth. The moral of the story is that space is not...
  • Commented on Moonshine
    While a moon base would make dropping very large rocks on your neighbors fairly cheap, I still don't think it could be made cheaper, over time, than simply keeping a stockpile of nuclear weapons....
  • Commented on CMAP #2: How Books Are Made
    Based on my limited experience, I'd have to say that a markup based system has to be better than the WYSIWYG applications I've worked with. "NO! I clicked X, why are you doing Y? Oh, because I had to be...
  • Commented on CMAP #2: How Books Are Made
    I've trained some people in Quark and Pagemaker. My experience is that all publishing apps make the baby FSM cry, and the baby Cthulhu very happy....
  • Commented on CMAP #2: How Books Are Made
    And all that, right there, is why despite the enjoyment I derive from writing, I'll never publish anything. Well, that and the fact that I never finish anything because writing is boring, tedious work, and I actually don't really like...
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