Bolognaise. My goodness.
I want to thank everyone who supported The Pale Man on Kickstarter. If you backed it or helped by passing a link around, I am very grateful. Although we didn’t end up making our funding goal, I have carried on with the plan to publish the story as it stands. Unfortunately this means “printing” it without any of the illustrations.
However, the story itself is finished and I would really like to offer a copy to everyone who is interested. Below you will find the link to the book on Amazon Kindle.
If you have a prime account it’s free to borrow, if not it is priced at $2.99 USD. If for any reason this delivery method isn’t working for you just email me directly and I’ll will get you a copy free of charge.
Thank you so very much for all of your support with this project. Please pass this link around to anyone that might be interested.
15 hours left in a 24 hour hack.
At 9am this morning I walked into the shared office space teaming with enterprising nerds. The line for registration wrapped around the lobby. Back then we were all optimistic, back then we were still on our first round of shirts.
There’s a reason that the most common piece of swag at any developer marathon is the t-shirt, come 10pm everyone should be wearing a new piece of clothing. That’s not to say that everyone is. I walked back in from an errand at around 9pm and the mood and odor were much more determined than my first entry 12 hours earlier.
This is Battle Hack, funded by PayPal. A cross content competition that will run its course through Tel Aviv, Seattle, Austin, Berlin, New York, Miami, London, Washington DC, and Barcelona. This is where the brave come to literally sweat their way to success.
Tuna tartar tacos at Americana Diner on the Hill.