Curveball Issue 24 Pushed Back to June

Submitted by C B Wright on

... well obviously it has, because it's June. Still, a brief explanation is in order.

Issue 24 is a double-sized issue (about 16,000 words instead of the standard 8-10K) so there's more to write. On top of that, I've been putting longer hours in at work because we're testing a new release, so I have less actual time to write. This has made my hope of getting the issue out on time a bit unrealistic.

I hope that it will be out this week. I am positive it will be out this month.

Sorry for the delay. Thanks for your patience. Assuming you are, in fact, patient, and not simply apathetic. :-D

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Oh, that's OK. I understand.

Oh, that's OK. I understand.
No, really.
I'll just sit here quivering in the dark without my prose fix ... I don't mind.
Of course, if the quality isn't worth the wait, then the pitchforks will come out. Assuming I can work up the energy and enthusiasm.

That is what RSS is for,

That is what RSS is for, letting technology take care of the worry and patience for me, or at least what I can.
Since my life doesn't really follow the calendar, rather the calendar is something I just have for the pretty pictures and that I occasionally remember to flip to the next particular unit of time when I have to do my monthly billings
I think I'd have to pass by two of those before I worried too much.
overlay with a ditto of Brian's well worded comment.

Thanks for the heads-up! The

Thanks for the heads-up! Knowing that the issue is on its way helps with the patience part.

Back in the 60s there was a

Back in the 60s there was a monthly "newspaper/magazine" called the Realist. Their publication was erratic at best. At one point they warned ladies not to try to regulate their periods with their publication.

I'm still hoping to find a

I'm still hoping to find a new Help Desk or Kernel Panic.

Not a lot of June left. Is

Not a lot of June left. Is there any update?

Still working. Believe me I

Still working. Believe me I feel the pressure.

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Writer, former musician, occasional cartoonist, and noted authority on his own opinions.