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Fiction by Ted Chiang

Not sure what you’re up to on this last day of the year, but I have a suggestion.

If you’re at work, you probably aren’t getting anything done and, frankly, if you’re reading this blog, you probably aren’t going to get much done no matter where you are, so you might as well check out some of the best damn science-fiction of this decade.  And, no, I don’t think that’s exaggerating.  At all.
So, go read Ted Chiang’s The Life Cycle of Software Objects at Subterranean Press.
Seriously.  Go read it while it’s still up and free!

Oh, and be safe in the New Year celebrations, okay?

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