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A Tool for Writers

Hello again,

Thought I had forgotten about you?  Well, no, but I’ve had a lot on my plate for the last half-year or so, and something had to give.  Sorry.

Fear not, though; I have something for you.  Sort of.

If you’ve spent much time researching or submitting to writing markets recently, you’ll doubtless have noticed that more and more of them are moving to electronic submission systems.  They’re cheap and easy, and they’re good for the environment, but they don’t let you paper your wall with rejection slips the same way you could in the old days (Note: the author was barely getting started sending out submissions “in the old days” and is mostly going on anecdotal evidence).

Well, I made a virtual wall, and you can cover it with your rejections to your hearts’ content.  Check it out here.


In Which Things Are Only Vaguely Related

Blah, blah, blah.  School’s eating my life but the term’s almost over.  Etcetera, etcetera.

You may, however, be interested in my semester project for my computer science class, a graphical zombie infection simulation.  The final program, along with its source code and some other random crap, is available online under a
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

The program and all associated files can be found here.  Simply download the zip, extract all the files, and run GUI Zombies.jar from the root folder.

EDIT: The location of the graphical zombie simulation has been changed.  It has been migrated over to its own page at <www.HilaryBisenieks.com/zombies/>.

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