Monthly Archives: January 2012

The longest-running experiment ever

The pitch-drop experiment at the University of Queensland in Australia has been running for 85 years. There’s even a live webcam where you can watch the pitch drop at a blazing one drop every 10.6 years.

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New short stories!

I published two short stories as ebooks back in December without announcing it to anyone, just to see what would happen. Would I get sales through sheer discovery, or would my stories sit online in undiscovered limbo? I haven’t checked … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lacuna: Demons of the Void by David Adams

Just posted my review of Lacuna: Demons of the Void by David Adams on the New Podler Review of Books. Fans of straight-forward alien invasion stories will like this one. I liked it, too, despite some copy editing issues and … Continue reading

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