Monthly Archives: January 2008

Irrefutable proof that Leopard has defeated Vista

Ever since Leopard came out, I have heard the fanboys rage. Which is the better, Vista or Mac OS? Which is a blatant rip-off from the other? Which is faster, stronger, lighter? If only there were a quantifiable way to … Continue reading

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SFRevu on Sword & Sorceress XXII

SFRevu has a favorable review of Sword & Sorceress XXII, which you can read in its entirely right here. Gosh, these favorable reviews just seem to keep piling up! You know what that means you have to do, don’t you? … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs is Saruman

Steve Jobs speaks with the Voice of Saruman. I always enjoy watching the Internet frenzy surrounding a Steve Jobs keynote. There are weeks of pre-speech commentary discussing what the Great Leader will say. Rumors are surfaced, debunked, viciously debated in … Continue reading

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more, more, more flash

A while back (and by “a while back”, I mean early December), I got a SanDisk Sansa View 16 gigabyte MP3 player, and have been quite happy* with it. I was quite amazed to find that I could now fit … Continue reading

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Flash Me*

No doubt all sorts of bad things will happen in 2008, but my New Year’s off to a good start; Flash Me magazine has picked up my very short story “In the Moment” for their upcoming fantasy-themed issue. -JM * … Continue reading

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The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress, by Robert Heinlein

If you read any science fiction at all, sooner or later you will hear about Robert A. Heinlein. Boy, does he piss people off. Heinlein was sexist! Racist! Misogynist! Fascist! Militaristic! A misogynist fascist! And he committed the most heinous … Continue reading

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