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Fantastic e-Notions

April 18, 2012 by


A small post on reactions to the DOJ lawsuit, summated by CBS “Ironically, consumers are likely to win no matter what happens with the case because the self-publishing gate is open and the horses are out of the barn.” … really? “consumers will win”? To that, I respond: I can quite reliably say that publishers will […]

Neuroscience of an eBook

March 28, 2012 by


There have been some articles lately about the neuroscience of ereading (though mainly based on cobbling together previous work on reading in general, and from anecdotal evidence regarding ereading practice), mainly summated by Chris Meadows, writing at Teleread: Does e-reading affect our memory of what we read? Do we remember less when we read e-books? […]

Character Pricks

October 29, 2011 by


Apparently many of my characters are pricks. That doesn’t bother me so much, as a fact, but I’ve been thinking about who I have, and what they’re like. Matthew / the Miracle: as you’d imagine for a superhero, is generally a pretty nice man. Of course he has anger inside him, and a surprising sense […]