Pause for a moment, oh ye of the online SFF publishing community, to ponder the resource we're creating for archivists and historians and literary critics four hundred years on.
Assuming we haven't blown up the planet or at the very least the information superstructure by then.
Now imagine the problems they're going to have finding and accessing that information so they can put it together, and sifting out the relevant bits once they have done.
Why yes, this does have something to do with Undertow. ;-) And Dust too, come to think of it.
Book Report #48: Ellen Klages, The Green Glass Sea
A YA novel about growing up at Los Alamos during the Manhattan project, which is a hypersimplication beyond belief. This is a wonderful book, gently written and convincing, that manages to be about a couple of misfit girls trying to figure out themselves and each other, and about the hardness of living in the world, all at once.