Then you should definitely apply!
The salary range is "competitive" given the job and the bay area. It depends a lot of past experience and job performance. You should be able to afford to live in Berkeley, especially if you're a dual-income family.
To echo what ciphergoth said, if you're the rig...(read more)
> The book looks great!
> A bunch of inter-book links such as ...
D'oh. It's all good in the epub, but something broke (for very dumb reasons) converting the mobi. It's fixed now. If you've already bought the book though Amazon or e-junkie, you'll have to re-download the file to get the f...(read more)
Yup, but those are convenient distribution platforms.
Just a reminder that mistakes/problems/errors can be sent to email@example.com and we'll try fix them!
Approximately 600,000 words!
From Amazon, 30% goes to Amazon and 70% goes to MIRI.
From e-junkie (the pay-what-you-want option): 100% goes to MIRI, minus PayPal transaction fees (a few %).
(Habryka here. My account still appears to be broken)
I want to outline my thinking a bit, about why I decided to organize all of this with so much reliance on Facebook:
The attendance at these events heavily relies on networking effects and reducing trivial inconveniences. I did consider organizi...(read more)
(Writing from this account, since through some strange bug my original account can't comment on this post):
I just added the Spreadsheet to the list of resources, and am just in the process of getting everyone's contact information. I hope this helps everyone who doesn't have Facebook to find the d...(read more)
The plan is to do both.
Hopefully by the end of the year.