Tonight's my last night in San Francisco, and it's the capstone of the Bay Area leg: the Electronic Frontier Foundation fundraiser/party at the 111 Minna Gallery at 7:30. I'm really looking forward to this -- a great way to end a fantastic stop in one of the cities of my heart.
After Austin, it's off to Cary, NC (Saturday) and Chapel Hill, NC (Sunday), then New York and Brooklyn, and finally Toronto, my hometown. Here's the full tour schedule.
A reminder to fans of the free download: there's an amazing list of libraries, schools, youth shelters, halfway houses and other worthy institutions that are looking for donations of copies of the book. If you liked the ebook and want to thank me, the best way to do that is to donate a copy to one of them.
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This is an ambitious tale featuring a dozen tech-savvy narrators from around the world who all make their livelihoods playing and scamming video games. The cumulative effect of so many interwoven stories is that new ones feel like a layer of the previous. While each of the narrators could have easily been the star of his or her own book, they are instead strands of Doctorow’s global web, proving that everything’s interconnected.
Emily Pohl-Weary, The Globe and Mail