It's strange how things can coincide. Right on top of the HiveMind announcement, I now have on my kitchen table twenty-four copies of Tapestry in Action. That's copies for me, for parents, for the Quincy library, for friends ... and a bunch held back for other purposes. Suzanne and I are just giddy!
My big concern was the readability of some of the larger screen captures from later in the book ... turns out, they look terrific. The book reads great, and even though a couple of juicy chapters are available online, to get the best stuff, you're going to have to pick up a copy! Should be in book stores and available online in about two weeks.
In other news ... I have a sudden, serious medical condition. I don't want to go into details or be melodramatic; it's entirely treatable and I have an excellent prognosis: we won't be testing how well Tapestry can survive without Howard at this time. It does mean I'll be largely off-line for at least a couple of weeks, starting next Wednesday. It also means I'll be missing my speaking engagements in New York and Wisconsin.
My other appearances, including Boston, Virginia, Colorado and Las Vegas, should not be affected.