Bo Lindbergh

Bo Lindbergh

  • Commented on Update to Public Appearances in a time of pandemic
    Some conspiracy theorist fodder: Elizabeth II of the UK to address the nation on television on Sunday, April 5. Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden to address the nation on television on Sunday, April 5....
  • Commented on Yet another novel I will no longer write
    Clearly, COVID-19 is God's way of telling you not to write second-person fiction. :-P...
  • Commented on A serious question
    For etymological consistency, a female specimen should be called a wifewolf. (Don't expect this convention to catch on any time soon.)...
  • Commented on Introducing Dead Lies Dreaming
    "The Laundry Symlinks"?...
  • Commented on Introducing Dead Lies Dreaming
    The original Mary Poppins may have been more than that, depending on how you interpret the chapter about installing stars in the sky....
  • Commented on CASE NIGHTMARE BLONDE, Part 2
    All the banks moved to Tashbaan, though....
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: The Delirium Brief
    Are there any sf stories featuring Leeds as the new capital of the UK after the destruction of London? On the other side of the pond, Denver sometimes gets to be the new capital of the USA....
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: The Delirium Brief
    I'd like to ask if anybody else shared my reaction to the idiocy of shutting down the old organisation while its replacement was only in the planning stage: "None of the people in charge ever watched Ghostbusters?"...
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    Probably. The djinn summoner in The Annihilation Score was named Anwar Kadir, which might be why it sounds familiar....
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    (Technical difficulties: it says "4 Comments" but no comments are shown.) So what's the largest monotheistic but non-abrahamic religion in the UK? Sikhism?...
  • Commented on Sitrep
    So does any software exist that helps authors keep track of million-word continuities?...
  • Commented on GDPR compliance notice
    I think I've seen L. Sprague de Camp's books filed variously under C, D, and S....
  • Commented on I get book covers
    Better than what iBooks shows at the moment.......
  • Commented on New Book Week!
    So does the crown princess prefer the ladies, or are my yuri goggles turned up too high again?...
  • Commented on New Book Week!
    Typo: the chapter "Best Laid Plans" contains "the giant airship hanger at Fort Bastion"....
  • Commented on Dark State: how to get signed copies!
    No "It's out now!" post?...
  • Commented on We get reviews (contd.)
    For some reason, the US and UK e-book editions are both available for preorder here at exactly the same price. Which choice would be more helpful to you?...
  • Commented on Crib Notes: Empire Games
    It also, coincidentally, emphasised a particular bit of shitness in the Mac operating system, which was that displaying the contents of a folder was some higher order operation than O(n). This was because of an unfortunate API design choice: the...
  • Commented on Crib Notes: Empire Games
    s/defected from East Germany in the early 1980s/defected from East Germany in the late 1960s/;...
  • Commented on Radio silence
    Hmm. We saw in The Jennifer Morgue and again in The Apocalypse Codex that the Black Chamber really likes infiltration. Did they try it once too many?...
  • Commented on Book day!
    In unrelated news, OGH got a mention in Alice Grove's postscript....
  • Commented on Book day!
    So how high was the Leeds incident death toll? Chapter 1 says "over nine thousand" while chapter 3 says "over twelve thousand"....
  • Commented on Book day!
    It's back to SEK 109 now. Also, not feeling guilty about taking advantage of the fumble because I'd already bought the US edition two days earlier. Time to run diff and see what the result reveals about the minds of...
  • Commented on How to get a signed copy of The Delirium Brief
    No borrowing of Scalzi's soapbox this time around, then?...
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: The Nightmare Stacks
    SPECULATION: Some underinformed PR consultant decides that it would be a good move to trot her out on television. Young, female, good-looking; this can't fail to generate sympathy, YesYes!Unfortunately, the verbal tics she appropriated are instantly recognisable, prompting inquiry into...
  • Commented on Laundry summer madness sale!
    So I circumnavigated the EU in the good ship iBooks and checked who had heard of that upcoming book.I have no explanation for the US edition being cheaper than the UK edition in Norway and Sweden. Related to the North...
  • Commented on Laundry summer madness sale!
    Actually, US editions are available in most non-English-speaking countries. </pedantry>...
  • Commented on Typo Hunt: Empire Games
    (Not a typo, but since you mentioned that this section was a rushed last-minute job I'll mention it anyway.)Miriam's front matter character profile wavers a bit erratically between past and present tense....
  • Commented on We get mail (contd.)
    I claim that the best way of understanding scripture involves filtering it through Dissociated Press.Deep calleth the hair of women, that came to Gibeah the son of Abiathar, and speak unto me, This signs and women, (for so it seemed...
  • Commented on Popcorn Time
    What TLD would an independent Scotland get? The S row is rather crowded.......
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