Re: Boudewijn's book [was: RE: Yaguello]
|From:||Boudewijn Rempt <bsarempt@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, October 6, 1999, 16:56|
On Tue, 5 Oct 1999, FFlores wrote:
> Fabian <rhialto@...> wrote:
> > This reminds me of a search I once made at the British library. It seems
> > there is not a single book available in England on the topic of Japanese
> > national parks. I was cordially invited by the librarian in charge of the
> > Far east collection to write the first such book.
> > Boudewijn, I cordially invite you...
> Me too. You have the table of contents already, and some quotes
> ready to be delivered from contributors. :)
> Seriously, I don't see why not... You had your dream about the perfect
> grammar -- and now you're programming Kura. The dream may be still far,
> but you're progressing towards it, aren't you? Then why not a book?
If there were 48 hours in a day... - seriously, Kura is taking up a lot of
time, I've started working full days again, and I still like to spend some
time with my children, not to mention the Valdyas roleplaying campaign...
And while I expect I could write _a_ book, I'm not sure I could find a
publisher - it would be something close to social sciences/ literary
sciences/ applied psychology (like Allan Fine's book on roleplaying
games), and that's not really my field, so I would have to do a lot of
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