Alright, I’ve finally recovered from my trip last week, and just in time to put a new story up. Here is a pleasant science-fiction story… though the right people might tell you it really happened. I have been instructed by my contact, Herr Q, to say that it is a work of fiction, though.
Tag Archives: science fiction
Not (Yet) a Review: Lightning Fall
I just started reading this book by Bill Quick, and while I’ll be sure to follow up with a review, I wanted to link to an article about it, published on John Scalzi’s blog Whatever.
Rise of the Robot Lords
Here’s another article for Inspiration Tuesday. This ties in with one of the two projects I’m currently trying to squeeze out of my head, but even if you’re not trying to create a world dominated by friendly trackers and micro economics, this is interesting reading.
A rather prescient article I found on Wired today. While I still don’t agree with the idea that everything should be tracked and traced, I’ve been working on my own project about how surveillance is being sold, not necessarily imposed. It’s definitely food for thought.