Tag Archives: Science Fiction
“Danny set up puzzles sometimes, once the AI got running and his machines began to learn. The way they moved, restraint was the easiest form of puzzle to build, so he’d switch them off, fasten a robotic arm to the table with a rope or a chain, then switch them on again.” New fiction by Alex Mattingly.
“It is at this point that Engine Summer also becomes the best cat novel you’ve ever read. If you’ve ever imagined what it might actually be like to be a cat, Engine Summer is the novel for you.” Ken Honeywell is pretty sure you’ve never heard of his favorite novel.