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Keith Caserta

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in Piqua, Ohio, The United States
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Well, here's the "official" publisher's biography - skip to the next paragraph if you want: Keith Caserta has been a pioneer in scientific computing since the early 1970s. He's designed analog and digital instruments, digital hardware, and software. He's developed information systems for business and R&D. He wrote and published the world's first floating point and curve-fitting math package for microprocessors. With a colleague, he invented laboratory robotics and one of his groups went on to produce the world's first publication in this area. He also created the concept of electronic lab notebooks, and was first in the world to apply leading-edge document management and product lifecycle software to upstream R&D. He lead developmen ...more

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Keith Caserta I get up and walk around the whole house, until I get over it. Just sitting and talking to my wife helps most every time.

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Keith Caserta I think any committed writer has a story inside that just has to get out. Until you write it, there's no peace. So being a writer gives you a moment…moreI think any committed writer has a story inside that just has to get out. Until you write it, there's no peace. So being a writer gives you a moment of satisfaction, until 5 minutes later, when the next idea strikes.(less)
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How long does it take to write scifi? Here’s an example. In order to get it absolutely right, I just spent AN HOUR AND 5 MINUTES to write the following passage:

The Centro per il Calcolo Avanzato, also known as CCA, was a seven story, perfectly square bunker, with a ground floor at street level, and three floors above and below it. There were no windows. Above ground, the otherwise-featureless t... Read more of this blog post »
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The City and the Stars
by Arthur C. Clarke
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recommended for: Anyone interested in far, far future scifi
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The best distant, distant, distant -future scifi novel I've ever read.
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Jaime Rush Thanks for the friendvite, Keith, and the great reviews for my Soul Change novels! Best of luck with your novel!


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