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Book Review: ‘The Long Utopia’ by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter


If you enjoy science fiction you will be pleased with 'The Long Utopia' - a step into an exciting new future. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Link’ A Science Fiction Novel by D.A.Karr


Karr does a great job of putting you in the ship with Captain Garrick and his crew. He has created a team of individuals who have a strong respect for each other, even though they do not understand all the motives and personalities. They just know that there is not a one of them that does not have the other's back, including their captain. Read More »

SXSW: Movie Review – ‘Ex Machina’ – A Needful Robot


Flexing the mental muscles of this year's SXSW attendees are debates about robots and Artificial Intelligence (AI). Both Interactive sessions and films shed light on this topic. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Lock In’ by John Scalzi

Lock In by John Scalzi

Scalzi's new sci-fi novel is set in a near-future world that feels full of verisimilitude and yet full of interesting ideas and unique creations. Read More »

Interview: H. Peter Alesso, Author of ‘Lieutenant Henry Gallant’

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"Getting the hero into trouble is as much the author’s job, as getting him out of it." Read More »

Flash Fiction: Deep Space Recovery Ship 13 – Lost Paradise

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"I’ve heard this is paradise – some of the best bars and prettiest girls in the quadrant.” Read More »

Flash Fiction: In Space No One Can Hear You Dream

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They stare into the vast expanse of stars gleaming in the black fabric of space. Bob notices a blip on the communication panel and enhances it. “We’ve got a distress call.” Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Watson Intelligence’ by Madeleine George

L to R: Amanda Quaid (Eliza) and John Ellison Conlee (Dr. Watson) in The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence. Photo courtesy of the Playwrights Horizons website.

This is a clever exploration into the human mind and heart, via the reality of artificial intelligence. Read More »

As Long as There Is Google, There Will Be Spam


Search engines based on the absolute power of authority will always make mistakes and serve up spam websites. Read More »

The Sandy Aftermath: NYC’s Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency


Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced an initiative to design strategies to anticipate, measure and monitor major weather events and their impact on the local infrastructure and the power grid. Read More »