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.
I open my fingers, drop the pen. / It bounces on the forest carpet, / lands on a trail of blood kisses.
Ordinary women cannot raise a blacksmith boy; he would bring secrets into their house that could bring harm to an ordinary family.
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