Monthly Archives: July 2008

The Einstein Intersection

The Einstein Intersection takes place on an indeterminately future Earth: humanity is long gone, replaced by a genetically troubled race of people, largely mutants and idiots, living within the ruins of human society, struggling to make sense of abandoned technologies … Continue reading

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Ringworld

Larry Niven’s Ringworld is the first book of the project that I have not liked. In fact, I disliked it so much that it shook the very foundation of my belief in science fiction as the greatest of all genres. … Continue reading

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The Internet Has Officially Blessed This Project

It’s been telling me via Google text ads.

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Imperial Earth: A Poem

Impetuously, a space-living Man, still young, Plots his first and last journey to Earth, for him, a Return to his long-forgotten birthplace. In the ship, he trains for All those forgotten rituals, including: Life with gravity. Everything he finds, including … Continue reading

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Neuromancer

I can’t imagine what it would have been like to read William Gibson’s Neuromancer in 1984. It’s so absurdly dense and riddled with cryptic terms which have since become commonplace, that it must have been virtually hieroglyphic at the time. … Continue reading

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