So I got such a good reaction (well, okay, I got some reaction) to my experiment of publishing the actual browsing history of a writer of high-tech, special forces, nuclear terror action thrillers (original list, plus more details here), that I've gone and done it again, for the other machine I mainly used for work on the book.
But first! here are the very last two short stories that I amused myself by doodling covers for. (If you missed the earlier ones, the first three are here, four more here.) Since Amazon's crap book cover image reduction algorithm has been making mincemeat out of the nice, clean, bold font I used ("Impact"), I've now switched to the ugliest, messiest, jaggiest font I own ("28 Days Later"). Bicubically resample that, Bezos.
Okay, now here's that second harrowing browsing history. (*) I've really worked harder on only keeping the thrilling/horrifying stuff, plus making it easier to read. In any case, whatever internet terror watch lists I wasn't on before, I'm definitely on now. (Check out some of those Google searches, e.g. "how to get radiological material for dirty bombs"!) And now so are you for reading it! (*)
Just kidding. It's actually just a big image, so no text to grep for incriminating keywords. Though, come to consider it, the fact that's an image is no barrier whatsoever to the NSA programatically parsing it…
Some of this will be a little funnier once/if you've read the book. Though it also weirdly does give you a slanted, but by no means totally misleading, view into what the book is about.