Robert Bryan

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Any of my One Post Wonder people down with projecteuler.net?

if response == yes:
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Interesting! Will check it out soon.
I've long wished that I had a better understanding of Math. It's one of the many areas of Life that I know just enough to know that I know _nothing_. The site speaks to that desire quite intimately.
Unlike Matt, I feel I'm pretty good on the math part, but much weaker in programming. I like the idea of Project Euler, but for now, it's going to need to go on the "wanna" list. I'll be happy to talk about the math with anyone who wants to, though!
 
 
 
 

The Arden Museum is doing an exhibit on authors from Arden.

They asked me for a bio.

http://www.rmbryan.com/about-rm-bryan

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8/30 '15 10 Comments
I loved your bio. To be fair, part of my enjoyment was in learning things about you, my friend, that I didn't know, and that isn't going to be a universal experience for bio readers ... But then again, when I really like a book, the author feels like someone I know and I want to know more about them.
Thank you!
Robert Bryan 8/31 '15
I'm glad they didn't limit you to 150 words. You have a good style.
Writing this, I kept hearing Louis C.K. screaming, "Nobody cares about you, they only want to talk about themselves!"

That didn't help.
Robert Bryan 8/30 '15
Those inner editor/censor voices are EEEEVIIIIL.
Absolutely beautiful.

I selfishly was hoping to see a comment about your writing project "The Weekly Ping," which I thoroughly enjoyed and very much looked forward to. I'm sure I still have some saved, assuming they're not on the hard drive that died.

I've had 4 different people write to me today to say, "Where is the Weekly Ping in your bio?"
You are all so dear.
I think I only sent that to, like 9 people.
Robert Bryan 8/31 '15
Welp, we nine people were very lucky people. :)
A fine story which happens to be your own. Thank you for sharing it.
Thomas Boutell 8/30 '15
My pleasure!
Robert Bryan 8/31 '15
 
 
I've overhauled www.rmbryan.com. I have an email list you can join, some social media links, including goodreads, and a fledgling podcast where i read from the books.Next up, finalizing the DRM-free ebooks.
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8/23 '15
 

After the collapse and reduction, there were not enough people left to rebuild the way things were before.

What we could rebuild was… different.


It wasn’t all bad:

Without a power grid to light up the night sky, the stars were easier to see.

The obesity epidemic wasn’t a problem anymore.

There were no more traffic jams, and pollution wasn’t really a concern.


Life was ghastly and bleak in every way.

Scattered families scratching out lives, hiding from thugs and roving bands of Skullers.


One night, Autumn, a resilient girl in an impossible situation, made a simple choice that drastically altered the course of many lives.

She decided to run. 

The Arden House Series, available now.

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8/16 '15 3 Comments
Revised:
After the collapse and reduction, there were not enough people left to rebuild the way things were before.
What we could rebuild was... different.
There were some small improvements:
Without a power grid to light up the night sky, the stars were easier to see.
The obesity epidemic wasn't a problem anymore.
There were no more traffic jams, and pollution wasn't really a concern.
Other than that, life was ghastly and bleak in almost every way.
Scattered families scratched out lives, hid from thugs and roving bands of Skullers.
One night, Autumn, a resilient girl in an impossible situation, made a simple choice that drastically altered the course of many lives.
She decided to run.
Robert Bryan 8/16 '15
 
reason # n+1 why I heart OPW... just watched my first episode of BoJack Horseman because I heard about it here.
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8/14 '15 5 Comments
Oh, if you liked episode one, you're going to love the rest. It improves rapidly.
Thomas Boutell 8/14 '15
Just watched Ep 1. Okay. I'm on board.
Oh yeh, it is perfect for anybody who has a critique of Hollywood already.
Thomas Boutell 8/15 '15
It reminds me a lot of Theresa Rebeck's book Free Fire Zone, which is her book about her time in LA writing for TV.
Okay, I loved Archer, but couldn't get halfway through Ep 1 of this. What am I doing wrong?
Karen 8/16 '15