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  1. Sci-Fi’s Cory Doctorow Separates Self-Publishing Fact From Fiction

    Cory Doctorow is a best-selling science-fiction writer, champion of creative commons and, now, self-publishing pioneer. He’s distributing his latest book, a collection of short stories called With a Little Help, without the aid of a publishing house. Instead, he has turned to his online community, and social networks like Facebook and Twitter, to help build buzz, get advice and even copy edit his new book.

    Doctorow tells NPR’s Michele Norris the key to making money off a business model that’s built around the word "free."

    Huffduffed from http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2010/10/25/130811846/doctorow

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  2. The Right Book by Cory Doctorow read by Neil Gaiman

    From the short story collection With A Little Help.

    From http://craphound.com/walh/audiobook/download-audiobook

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  3. Authors@Google: Cory Doctorow & Charles Stross | “The Rapture of Nerds”

    Cory Doctorow and Charles Stross have just signed with Tor Books to co-author a fix-up novel based on a series of short stories called Rapture of the Nerds. The authors and their editor told us what to expect:

    Cory and Charlie intend to write a third novella in the sequence begun with "Jury Service" and "Appeals Court," and THE RAPTURE OF THE NERDS will consist of all three novellas, possibly with some small additional connective tissue if necessary.

    Many distinguished SF "novels" have actually been stitched together from short-fiction serieses like this; the venerable industry term for such a book is "fix-up", which doesn’t imply anything deprecatory.

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=viisMOc1iic
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/

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  4. Cory Doctorow Podcast 11, When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth 02

    Part two of Cory Doctorow’s podcast of a science fiction story in progress, "When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth," about an apocalypse that is survived by thousands of systems administrators locked into sealed data-centers around the globe. This story will be published in issue two of Baen’s Astounding Stories.

    From http://www.archive.org/details/Cory_Doctorow_Podcast_11

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  5. Triangulation 92: Cory Doctorow

    Journalist, science fiction author and co-editor of Boing Boing, Cory Doctorow, is this week’s guest.

    http://twit.tv/show/triangulation/92-0

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  6. Cory Doctorow Podcast 12, When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth 03

    Part three of Cory Doctorow’s podcast of a science fiction story in progress, "When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth," about an apocalypse that is survived by thousands of systems administrators locked into sealed data-centers around the globe. Forthcoming in Baen’s Astounding Stories Magazine.

    From http://www.archive.org/details/Cory_Doctorow_Podcast_12

    —Huffduffed by lilspikey

  7. Cory Doctorow Podcast 13, When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth 04

    Part four of Cory Doctorow’s podcast of a science fiction story in progress, "When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth," about an apocalypse that is survived by thousands of systems administrators locked into sealed data-centers around the globe. Forthcoming in Baen’s Astounding Stories Magazine.

    From http://www.archive.org/details/Cory_Doctorow_Podcast_13

    —Huffduffed by lilspikey

  8. Cory Doctorow Podcast 14, When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth 05

    Part five of Cory Doctorow’s podcast of a science fiction story in progress, "When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth," about an apocalypse that is survived by thousands of systems administrators locked into sealed data-centers around the globe. Forthcoming in Baen’s Astounding Stories Magazine.

    From http://www.archive.org/details/Cory_Doctorow_Podcast_14

    —Huffduffed by lilspikey

  9. Charles Stross at DortCon 2013

    Science fiction author Charles Stross http://www.antipope.org/charlie/ is most known for his near-future lovecraft-inspired "Laundry-Files" series, the near-future and more IT centric "Halting State" series as well as his far-future "Saturns Children" android book series - not to forget his science-fiction / fantasy "Merchant Princess" books and other numerous publications.

    When he attended DortCon http://www.dortcon.de/ (in Dortmund, Germany, hence its name) this year, he of course was the natural prey for us - so I asked for an interview. How does he manage those multiple universes, how does he cope with the special problems of looking into the near future…

    http://radio.sf-fantasy.de/rsff/rsff18_en/

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  10. Cover to Cover #322A: Charles Stross

    Hugo Award nominee and winner Charles Stross is in studio to chat about his latest book, Saturn’s Children. Charles explains how the story is really a Heinlein styled period piece, an homage to Heinlein’s late period, and tells the story of an android designed to be a sex robot for humans, only humans have gone extinct before she rolls off the assembly line.

    Why else would a robot have been built with nipples?

    The talk ranges from the appeal of Heinlein, the book sales percentages in the UK, and about the next few books he is working on, a sequl to Halting State, and more in the Merchant Princes series.

    From http://www.dragonpage.com/2008/08/12/cover-to-cover-322a/

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