Being short on actual content, this week I bring you an announcement of some long-postponed site updates. I updated:
- The About page, with some almost personal information
- The Gallery page, with some important credits and a note for artists who happen to find their art used here in a way they don’t approve of
- The Fanfiction page, with content ratings
- Such stories that have the MA rating, with content descriptors/warnings.
In other news, I managed to crawl out of the quagmire, I’m playing Mass Effect: Andromeda again, and Story by R. McKee is an excellent read.
Image: The Bubble Nebula, by Russell Croman
Lately I’ve been following more and more full-time authors on Twitter and several of them mentioned the dubious practice of emailing themselves the current version of their manuscript, as backup. And sure, it works. The same way an open fire in your backyard works as a source of heat for regular daily cooking when you’ve got a perfectly functional stove in the kitchen.
Continue reading Four Ways to Back Up Your Manuscript
The completeness of the search for signs of extraterrestrial radio transmissions and other technosignatures to date is roughly equivalent to having searched a small swimming pool for evidence of fish in all of Earth’s oceans.
How Much SETI Has Been Done? Finding Needles in the n-dimensional Cosmic Haystack
Jason T. Wright, Shubham Kanodia, and Emily Lubar , ,
Image credit: NRAO/AUI/NSF
Designed and made by cakecrumbs, all with tutorials for Earth Cake and Jupiter Cake. Awesome stuff.
For Logsig, in reply to The Guide.
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