It has now been 57 days since Abandoned Towers officially relaunched. Here are some interesting numbers that summarize some of what has happened since then: 1 eSub system in use 2 contests launched: Abandoned Towers Writing Contest, Facebook Fan giveaways 7 historical issues of Abandoned Towers 8 new poems posted 11 new stories posted 82 [...]
In the hopes of gaining new readership, we are beginning a contest on Facebook. No entry fees, and some nifty prizes. Here’s how it works. Like our Facebook page if you haven’t already (not this post, although if you want to like this post as well, that’s a-OK with us!). If you already like us, you’re [...]
As I write this, I have just returned from New York Comic Con at the Javitz Center in Manhattan. I take my son there every year, and it’s an absolute blast for both of us. He loves to cruise the exhibit floor and check out all the cool stuff and we both love checking out [...]
by David Siegel Bernstein, PhD The only thing that makes life possible is permanent, intolerable uncertainty; not knowing what comes next. – Ursula K. LeGuin In honor of Halloween I’m writing about a spooky topic: quantum mechanics (QM). Don’t run away! I promise this post won’t be too scary. But I warn you, although it [...]
Have you ever noticed that the more critical people are of someone else’s grammar and spelling mistakes, the more likely they are to commit egregious errors, themselves? The more supercilious they are about it, the more glaringly stupid the errors they make are likely to be. Nowhere is poetic justice more apparent than when one educated person is sneering at another.