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  1. StarShipSofa No 307 C.J. Cherryh

    —Huffduffed by djryan 6 months ago

  2. StarShipSofa No 306 Philip Suggars and Guy Haley

    Robots, Doom, and Nick Camm!

    Fact: Science News by J J Campanella 02:30

    Short Fiction: “iRobot” by Guy Haley 23:40

    Main Fiction: “Automatic Diamante” by Philip Suggars 44:40

    Fact: Fiction Crawler 14 by Matthew Sanborn Smith 35:00

    Narrator: Nick Camm

    Promo: ArtisticWhispers and Gail Carriger ready to introduce the world to Crudrat 01:14:30


    —Huffduffed by paulsilver 6 months ago

  3. 43F Podcast: Snell & Gruber on iPhone applications | 43 Folders

    Jason Snell and John Gruber on iPhone applications Merlin talks with MacWorld Magazine’s Jason Snell and DaringFireball.net’s John Gruber about the likely future of applications for the recently announced iPhone. Who will be allowed


    —Huffduffed by pbendersky 11 months ago

  4. The Star Pit Part 1

    “In 1967, WBAI produced a two-hour radio dramatization of Samuel R. Delany’s first short piece [a novelette] of SF, ‘The Star-Pit’, with narration by Delany himself.” That broadcast is STILL available as 4 FREE MP3s, all of which are downloadable HERE, along with a fascinating article chronicling the radio drama’s production history. Enjoy! The Star Pit By Samuel R. Delany; Perfomed by a Full Cast 4 MP3 Files – Approx. 2 Hours [RADIO DRAMA] Broadcaster: Mind’s Eye Theater / WBAI FM New York Broadcast: 1967 A tale of loneliness and difference, about grounded workers who service the starships that will travel the galaxy. First published in Worlds of Tomorrow, February 1967

    —Huffduffed by HopelessCase one year ago

  5. Hell is the Absence of God | Ted Chiang

    An unbeliever struggles with the question of faith when God is scientific fact and angels routinely visit the earth. Hugo, Locus, Nebula Awards (Best Novelette).

    —Huffduffed by fjordaan one year ago

  6. This isn’t your grandfather’s science fiction | MetaFilter

    A simple time machine undermines the concept of free will, with disastrous consequences.

    —Huffduffed by fjordaan one year ago

  7. Exhalation | Ted Chiang

    A non-human scholar relates the dissection of his own brain, and the implications his discoveries hold for his curious clockwork universe. Locus, Hugo Awards (Best Short Story).

    —Huffduffed by fjordaan one year ago

  8. The Merchant and the Alchemist’s Gate | Ted Chiang

    An ancient alchemist introduces a traveling merchant to a mysterious time-traveling gateway. Hugo, Nebula Awards (Best Novelette).

    —Huffduffed by fjordaan one year ago

  9. Audiograph (The Sounds of the SF Bay Area): Golden Gate Fields

    —Huffduffed by smokler one year ago

  10. Overthinking It Podcast Episode 224: He Has Two Levers

    Peter Fenzel, Mark Lee, and Matthew Wrather are joined by Chris Noessel, co-author of Make It So: Interaction Design Lessons from Science Fiction, to talk about fictitious user interfaces; they also cover Lee’s visit to New York Comic-Con 2012.


    —Huffduffed by lach one year ago

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