Table of Contents | 2 April 2001
What's the biggest number you've ever seen? Think about it fondly for a moment, because it's going to be blown away. Yes, you can always add one. Yes, you can multiply by ten, or a million. Yet the number you're thinking of is a speck on the knee of the world's smallest flea compared to what's coming.
We're in a very experimental phase at the moment, but I predict that we're actually going to see some fine magazines shake out of this, and that they'll have very different approaches and tones from the traditional print magazines.
Ordinary women cannot raise a blacksmith boy; he would bring secrets into their house that could bring harm to an ordinary family.
I open my fingers, drop the pen. / It bounces on the forest carpet, / lands on a trail of blood kisses.
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