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01 Result Code Hung, Part One
By Anonymous
6528 words (about 12 pages)
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Bruce Marin had the air about him of a person who had long ago found his style and was comfortable with it. He was a computer geek to the core, and even looked the part. He sat at a solitary table in the restaurant down the street from his home and watched the news on a TV that was too small and too far away. He could just barely see and hear the severe but attractive talking head read the news. From what he could gather there was another instance of an A.I. becoming unknowingly aggressive and dangerous. Several people were killed before safeguards – Asimov’s Famous Three Laws – kicked in and the A.I. fell back into normal operation and reasoning...
02 Result Code Hung, Part Two
By Anonymous
6528 words (about 12 pages)
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Bruce thought that, so far, today had been a really bad day. It had yet to reach seven o’clock in the morning. The winter sun had not yet risen. He was stressed and thirsty. He’d left his morning coffee in his car, which he hoped was still intact in the city somewhere. He actually couldn’t remember if his car was still running, such was the sudden and severe tangent his peaceful morning had ended up taking.

He was solving the problem of urinating in this beast when the front passenger door of the Police SUV opened...
03 Steff, Angie & A Log Named Sue, Part One
By Anonymous
6528 words (about 12 pages)
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Steff sat in front of an open window enjoying the night air. She found the steady hum of vehicles on the street below to be soothing, like a baby falling asleep to a TV set on white noise.

She gave up on working any more for the day and took her glass to the kitchen for more go juice. What she found there was shocking...



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