[reading: Charles Stross, "The Hidden Family"]
The second proof copy of the printed version of my witterings about software engineering arrived, and (unlike the previous proof copy) I couldn't immediately spot any egregious errors (although I'm sure there are many still lurking).
So I've finally made it visible to the world: "High-Quality Software Engineering", available as:
As an aside, it's been interesting to find out more about the where the money goes with book prices. It seems normal that the book seller (e.g. Amazon) gets 50% of the cover price. The other 50% covers the production cost and then what's left goes to the publisher and eventually the author. This means that the author of a reasonably popular book can make more on Amazon referrals than on royalties!