- 100 Ideas for Dungeon Masters: Based on the Pathfinder Bestiary, readily adaptable for other systems.
- Attack Surface author's note: My latest podcast is the afterword from the third Little Brother book.
- Trump admits voter suppression: Proving intent was never easier.
- Reality endorses Sanders: Pandemics have an obvious leftist bias.
- Amazon fires walkout organizer: Low waged workers, doing the most important work in America, exposed to lethal risk.
- Monopolists stole your respirator: Dying a gasping death is pareto-optimal.
- Corporate welfare vs food stamps: A billion here, a billion there, pretty soon it adds up to real money.
- How viruses experience social distancing: XKCD mixes atavistic satisfaction with science communications.
- Scarfolk pandemics: This isn't the worst timeline after all.
- This day in history: 2005, 2019
- Colophon: Recent publications, upcoming appearances, current writing projects, current reading
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- This year's Nebula Awards will be held online: It's $150, and raising funds to bail out corona-shattered writers.
- Make America Well Again stamps: from the artist who brought you the Trump Zero Cents stamp.
- Data is the new toxic waste: It never was the "new oil" (my latest podcast).
- Stock Jump: A ski-game that lets you play the stock charts of cratered businesses.
- Murdering 20% of elderly Americans is bad strategy for the GOP: Terrified old people are the turkeys who vote for plutes' Christmas every four years.
- Join me on the Quarantine Book Club: April 1, 3PM Pacific.
- The Party of Death: It's a good time to buy exterminism futures.
- Financial stability vs economic stability: Debts that can't be paid, won't be paid.
- Quarantine reveals the falsity of the automation crisis: Augmentation isn't replacement.
- Bailouts and moral hazard: If we never teach big business, it won't ever learn.
- MIT's ingenious manual/automatic open source ventilator: Now in FDA testing.
- This day in history: 2005, 2010, 2015, 2019
- Colophon: Recent publications, current writing projects, upcoming appearances, current reading
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