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  1. [...] Cory Doctrow has posted the first instalment of a podcast at craphound.com He’s reading a novella that he wrote with Benjamin Rosenbaum. The story’s a big, 32,000-word piece called “True Names” and it involves the galactic wars between vast, post-Singularity intelligences that are competing to corner the universe’s supply of computation before the heat-death of the universe. Weird but fun. craphound.com/?p=2021 [...]

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  2. [...] death of the universe, dying stars, and entropy the end of the universe as we know [...]

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  3. [...] I started listening to Cory Doctorow’s podcast. True Names is SO AWSOME. What do you get when you start with the question “How computation is left [...]

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  4. [...] this sounds like something that might interest you, then you can listen to it for free here. It’s read with little (or possibly no) editing, which was vaguely refreshing after the [...]

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  5. [...] also recommend you check out the podcast of True Names, Ben’s collaboration with Cory Doctorow. I am a huge fan of this particular sub-sub-genre, [...]

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  6. [...] True Names by Benjamin Rosenbaum and Cory Doctorow; this one is the strangest story of the lot, but well worth the read. I especially liked the intrigue, double crosses (how would a battle between virtual hyper malevolent galactic entities look?) and descriptive imagery. The account of the Beebe-in-Sagittarius construct of Byzantium (read; the core of our Milky Way galaxy,) is truly mind twisting. Read this one (one of the longest in the book) verrrry slooooowly! (Cool note alert: this story is also available via podcast!) [...]

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  7. [...] Names” by Benjamin Rosenbaum & Cory Doctorow ( Fast Forward 2) — Read Free, Listen Free, my [...]

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  8. [...] Cory Doctorow che aveva letto la novelette nella sua prima apparizione e che l'ha ricordata anche nel suo blog. «Un pezzo di fiction entusiasmante», l'ha [...]

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