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The Eternal Contract

I’m receiving a bit of attention for work I did in 1983. There’s a documentary film being shown at the Sundance Festival next month, “The 414s,” that’s about a group of young computer hobbyists in Milwaukee that I investigated over … Continue reading

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Passions/prejudices/preferences

The ideal novel for me is efficient (if the author goes beyond 333 pages or so, there must be good reasons (scope and complexity of story, etc.) for doing so, well-written, believable, compelling (meaning not requiring a Herculean effort either … Continue reading

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