A somewhat unnecessarily ominous section heading, no?
2009-07-06 23:45:42 by ejl:
Oh no, it's going to... end.
2009-07-06 23:52:57 by Erik:
Before I read the first comment, I thought there was a much deeper meaning to the emptiness.
2009-07-07 03:47:00 by Isaac:
I can't wait!
2009-07-07 10:37:38 by Kazanir:
Damn you sam512.
2009-07-07 14:06:11 by edwardkmett:
Aww.. thought it was a chapter. Eagerly awaiting more.
2009-07-07 17:34:36 by GSC:
No fair. There's no new chapter here. You get all my (our) hopes up and then dash them.
2009-07-08 04:47:49 by Ratherdashing:
Can we get an ETA?
2009-07-08 07:44:00 by atomicthumbs:
Dun dun dunnnn
2009-07-08 08:43:58 by Andrew:
You relentless tease.
2009-07-08 16:27:11 by thumpy:
you are a cruel cruel man...
2009-07-08 18:09:19 by Boter:
There's always a chapter called Endworld.
(I apologize for nothing.)
2009-07-10 12:30:36 by Pete:
Doh - now this link is marked as read in my browser, and when something is finally added here, I'll think I've already read it, and skip over it. Gah!
2009-07-10 18:59:29 by Val:
Don't worry, this is just a folder, most probably no text will be updated here and they will have their own pages.
2009-07-11 12:30:17 by Xaeragh:
Oooh, HTDTE/Fine Structure crossover?
2009-07-23 09:02:06 by Anon:
Don't you think putting a placeholder 17 days in advance a bit to much like cockteasing?
2009-07-23 09:12:24 by qntm:
The next one is nearly done. In my defence, I have never formally committed to any kind of update schedule.
2009-07-24 18:21:49 by Fjord:
You've also never teased us with a placeholder page before this.
2009-08-06 13:47:50 by Jim:
Well, that was confusing.
Maybe I should have realised that it was an element of a much longer story, and not just in media res.
2009-08-06 13:48:19 by Jim:
Oh, and sqrt(-1) is j to an engineer.
2009-08-06 15:01:12 by qntm:
I'm actually considering removing all of the "Previously:" headers from these stories. Readers who think that they have to go back and catch up aren't as likely to bother reading at all, whereas some readers might actually be able to make sense of what they read even if it does indeed effectively begin "in media res" - and even if they can't, there's a good chance that they'll like what they see enough to want to go back and get the full story.