Daily Archives: October 20, 2017

Don’t Conduct The Autopsy Until The Technology Is Dead

Every few days, it seems that I get an e-mail from some tech company talking about what killed the hard drive.  The biggest problem with these e-mails is not the murderous glee with which the pitchmen talk about how they … Continue reading

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An Introduction To The La Hotel Espero Project

About every year [1] I am involved the November Novel Writing Month project, where one is challenged to write 50,000 words during the month.  Most of the time I have viewed it as an opportunity to work on omnibus large … Continue reading

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Book Review: Amphibious Operations In The South Pacific In WWII: Volume II

Amphibious Operations In The South Pacific In WWII:  Volume II:  The Solomon Campaigns 1942-1943:  From Guadalcanal To Bougainville Pacific War Turning Point, by William L. McGee [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by the author.  All thoughts and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sink The Bismarck!

Sink The Bismarck, by C.S. Forrester In dealing with this short and immensely popular WWII book [1], one is forced to confront the question of genre.  Is this book a history or is it a historical novella?  This is not … Continue reading

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