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Carlo Morse and Jimmy Ganzer pioneered dream-fabbing, but these days people only want to close their eyes to trashy stuff -- not the mention the kids and their fancy imported tech. It's a good thing Schwartz's Deli is still the same.
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ebook, 32 pages
Published February 1st 2011 by Tor Books (first published January 22nd 2011)
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Sonia
I love the book and it's pretty catchy.
No Books
“They say the moon’s gone missing.”

They sure know how to make an opening.
Rudy Rucker and Bruce Sterling team up for this short story available for free at Tor.com in a variety of formats, including an audio reading by Mr Rucker Himself.

http://www.tor.com/stories/2010/10/go...

The tradition of cyberpunk short stories as metanarrative commentary on sci-fi goes back to the very beginning, with William Gibson's own The Gernsback Continuum. The two masters at work here pull the joke to ridiculous, l
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míol mór
They sure know how to make an opening.
Rudy Rucker and Bruce Sterling team up for this short story available for free at Tor.com in a variety of formats, including an audio reading by Mr Rucker Himself.

http://www.tor.com/stories/2010/10/go...

The tradition of cyberpunk short stories as metanarrative commentary on sci-fi goes back to the very beginning, with William Gibson's own The Gernsback Continuum. The two masters at work here pull the joke to ridiculous, ludicrous extent. But I'm not spoil(
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Kimikimi
Another Tor.com short story.

I hate surrealism in writing. I like some kind of sense, doesn't have to be much, but there needs to be something there. I didn't even understand half of the words, so full of jargon was this story. On top of that it's based on Kafka's Metamorphosis, which I also hated. Sigh.
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Rudolf von Bitter Rucker is an American mathematician, computer scientist, science fiction author, and one of the founders of the cyberpunk genre. He is best known for his Ware Tetralogy, the first two of which won Philip K. Dick awards. Presently, Rudy Rucker edits the science fiction webzine Flurb.
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Software (Ware, #1) Wetware (Ware, #2) Freeware (Ware, #3) Postsingular Realware (Ware, #4)

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