Yes, John Scalzi, the Amazon vs. Hachette dispute is a football game. A teeth-gnashing, fight for every inch, go for it on 4th down, football title game. We all know that the lawyers and executives working on this negotiation on
My plan for 2014 includes: Writing 300,000 words of new fiction Continue my streak of over 365 days of new writing Editing over 400,000 words of fiction Publishing the Kagent trilogy Submitting short stories to some sci-fi publications Can I
“How’s that writing thing going?” I feel like I’m going to get that question a lot because there hasn’t been any outward appearance of progress in a long time. (Yeah, I’ve been coasting on that single flash fiction sale for
Memorial Day Weekend. More details here. There may be authorial things happening, possibly. Stay tuned. All the cool kids are going.
Mike Anton of the LA Times wrote a story about e-readers’ opinions of e-books versus print books. The story claims that a poll showed that e-reader owners prefer print books. I’m here to report that this reporting is sorely lacking.
Yes, it is time to slay Microsoft Word. Not kill it; it’s been dead for years, but still lumbers around like a 300 lb. vampire, seducing innocents and sucking time right out of the lifelines in their palms. My relationship
The demise of SOPA/PIPA and now the fight over TPP has stoked the embers of the copyright debate, which is a nice side effect in that copyright in the digital age seems like a fluid concept that we should resolve.