Monday, October 08, 2007

We have lift-off

So to speak. My computer now works, and should be better than it was before, though I am not making a final judgement until it has been running a few days. However, I should be able to post things here as usual, beginning tomorrow.

The backlog of emails, however, will take rather longer to cope with, so if you are expecting a reply please bear with me.

6 comments:

Edmond Clay said...

You, Sir, are a trooper! Congratulations and thank you for your perseverance, diligence and integrity. The world would be a better place were there more like you.

Gladys Hobson said...

Wow! We have no fireworks to let off BUT we do have balloons left over from my hubby's birthday. I think I will go and pop a few.
Good to have you back GOB.
I look forward to viewing your latest thoughts.

Andy O'Hara said...

Ah, too bad you couldn't blame your computer for losing all your emails.

Lapa said...

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Edmond Clay said...

My, my, my. The legions of shameless self-promoters that find their insolent way to this forum is quite impressive. So many with so little regard for anyone else gives pause for the next great title "The March of the Blind Lemmings".

David Langford said...

Welcome back! Long may you grump.

As a staunch defender of genre writing, you will enjoy SF author Richard Morgan's contribution to the the Prospect letter column -- search or scroll to "Skidelsky on Mosley". This will doubtless be quoted in the next Ansible.