April 28, 2000
Old but good interview with

Old but good interview with Ellen Ullman.

Aside from that, I'm working on a novel. It's about a man who's been programming for years and then encounters a bug he can't fix for a year -- what happens to him when all the technology that's been sustaining him stops working. It's set in 1984, year of the first release of the Mac, which I suppose makes it a "historical" technical novel. But I don't think anyone should wait around to read it. Novel writing takes even more time than software. And it's much harder to tell when everything "works."

Posted by Bill Stilwell at April 28, 2000 12:00 AM
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