Author Archives: Bryan
—Found in Batman #395
The grand appeal of using an e-reader is the ability to own a large library of books without adding to the colossal weight of one’s possessions. Ever since I moved away from print books I’ve been able to remove hundreds of pounds of clutter from my apartment and from my life. Storing books digitally has […]
I’ll bet it doesn’t stink down there, either.
Read enough old comics and this type of stuff shows up more regularly than one would expect.
What’s the point of contributing to a website if you can’t use it to sell your shit? With that in mind, I hereby announce that my second book, The Blasted Lands, is now available in the Kindle store for $3.99 in the U.S., and adjusted in other markets. The Blasted Lands is a followup to […]
The other day I saw this article from the New York Times: In Busy Silicon Valley, Protein Powder Is in Demand Here’s a quote: Boom times in Silicon Valley call for hard work, and hard work — at least in technology land — means that coders, engineers and venture capitalists are turning to liquid meals…While […]
There’s been a lot of piling on about daylight saving time. So much so that it’s become a twice yearly ritual to point out that it’s an outdated, unnecessary, and even dangerous practice. Washington, Oregon, and Alaska have all had state lawmakers introduce bills to abolish daylight saving time in their respective states. There will […]
Last year, I got it into my head that I could write a book. Check that, I’ve known I could do it for a long time. Last year was when I finally figured out that, in order to be a writer, one must write, instead of thinking about writing. So, I sat my ass down […]
Kindle version 4.3 was released today, and it has some great features, including the ability listen to audiobooks directly in the app. But…does it have scrolling view yet? No, it does not.
Kindle for iOS, version 4.2 was released the other day. New features include easier access to the table of contents of books, and something called X-Ray Smart Look-Up. It’s a welcome addition, actually. But, has continuous scrolling, one feature that has been missing for years, been added yet? No, it has not.
Last week, Amazon updated it’s Kindle app for iOS. For the iPad, the new update is a case study in poor design. From the update blurb in the app store: Improved reading experience on iPad: Smaller margins and a cleaner look help you focus on the author’s words. When I first saw this in the […]