Profile of F. Paul Wilson
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Articles by F. Paul Wilson
Is your writing style compatible with your proposed collaborator's? Use Textalyser first and learn to avoid wordy, boring blowhards like Marcel Proust.
Imagine if two or more authors could work on the same document at the same time and see each others' changes live. It's like authoring a conversation.
Wilson and three other guys write a book using this cloud thing called Dropbox.
Wilson uses an exciting new technology called electronic mail to make the Faster Than Light Newsfeed on the nascent Sci-Fi Channel and several books and games happen.
Our entitlement-addicted society has spawned a horde raised to believe that the world owes them, including free copies of Wilson's books.
The moral simpletons who copy other people's intellectual property don't appreciate that anything they'd want to copy is the result of someone's hard work. Jerks.
Readers like their Kindles, but authors love them. E-publishing gave new life to Wilson's old books and it's easy money.
It's only in the last few years that the world was ready for electronic book publishing, and now it's unstoppable.
F. Paul Wilson isn't a tech guy, but he's no stranger to computers. And now Repairman Jack, his most famous creation, spills the technology beans on his personal pixel slinger.