Monthly Archives: July 2014

Rosetta Closes In on Comet 67P

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HEARTS IN RUIN begins with a paleolithic couple facing uncertainty at the approach of the “Fire Star.” Later, they experience first hand the effects of its impact with Earth. Today, we have a much safer way to setup first-hand experience … Continue reading

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August 13, 2014, is Left-Handers’ Day

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As Wikipedia notes, being a left-hander living in a right-handed world is inconvenient. The design and placement of everyday objects such as ticket dispensers in underground stations, door handles, hot water taps, can openers, pens chained down in banks and post offices, ringbound notebooks and even … Continue reading

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EBOOK NEWS: Apple Enters Hi-Lo Settlement of E-Book Price-Fixing Claim Contingent Upon Result of Appeal from DOJ Suit

Apple, Inc., has revealed details of its settlement with states and consumers alleging that Apple conspired to fix the prices of eBooks. The suit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (Manhattan), follows an earlier … Continue reading

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Two Year Anniversary: Battlespace, Volume 1–a Noble Project and a Great Science Fiction Anthology

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Two years ago–July 2012–The Science Fiction Show released Battlespace, Volume 1–Military Science Fiction Anthology. The book is still available at Amazon in its Kindle format for $3.99, or used through Amazon dealers. The anthology is a great collection of military … Continue reading

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“Worlds Less Traveled” Now Published in Print and Audio Formats Online at Comets and Criminals

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“Worlds Less Traveled,” my short science fiction story about a troubled attorney at an off-world deposition struggling to manage his waning anti-psychotic field, is the July feature at the online ezine, Comets and Criminals, edited by Samuel Mae. Comets and … Continue reading

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