loved ones devourers of bandwidth:
ToastyFrog Zine 6 currently stands at 14,603 words, which means that I’m almost at my target goal of 15,000 words. (None of which are necessarily worth reading, but I never made any quality promises.) My flight touches down in San Francisco in 8 hours; by that point I will have put the wraps on the main text and, hopefully, the motley collection of sidebars. Of course, that won’t be the end of the ordeal, seeing how there’s still layout and art to be done (somewhat complicated by my move to an Intel Mac as it means my trusty copy of Quark Xpress 4.1 no longer works and I’ve been trying to learn InDesign as I go along). Details aside, I should be able to mail it by the time I head for E3 — or at the very latest, by the end of May.
Then again, maybe I’ll just grind soul-collecting in Dawn of Sorrow for the rest of my vacation and put off this ordeal another three years. Hmm, decisions, decisions….
PEE ESS: Today marks the centennial of San Francisco’s great earthquake, so it seems appropriate that I’m celebrating by rocking your world. Yes, yours. And yours. And yours, over there. But not yours, you’re not on the prepaid list.
The finish line, almost