Magical short story podcast about Google Book Search, data visualization and the Olde Curiousity Shoppe

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14 Responses to “Magical short story podcast about Google Book Search, data visualization and the Olde Curiousity Shoppe”

  1. bbreader says:

    Thanks Cory!! I was just starting to worry as have heard just about all of the Mindwebs which I learned of from a post of your back in Nov ’07

    http://www.boingboing.net/2007/11/12/mindwebs-free-old-sc.html

  2. Robert says:

    I enjoyed the writing, and that led me to pledge to Robin’s new book.

  3. postliteracy_dot_org says:

    Eerie. I was just looking at this story last night before going to bed. Nice to see it make an appearance on Escape Pod.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for this. Great little read, that.

  5. redhead says:

    that was fabulous, I adored the story. I’m a “Read or die” type of book lover, but i like computers and technology too.

  6. Thad E Ginataom says:

    Nice story.

    Not great but hey, whose demanding great.

    Come to think of it, it was a great way to pass some of the midnight hour tonight :)

    There was a google-takes-over-the-world story a while back. I think it was on BB that I saw it. Anyone remember? I think it started with a guy arriving in Immigration…

  7. Rod Begbie says:

    If you enjoy this short story, be sure to help support Robin’s upcoming book: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/robinsloan/robin-writes-a-book-and-you-get-a-copy/

  8. foobiebletch says:

    Wonderful story. I’ve contributed to Robin Sloan’s upcoming novella on kickstarter.com because of this! Can’t wait to read more of his work.

  9. Wickedashtray says:

    Great short story Cory, thanks for the link.

  10. mrsomuch says:

    That was ace! thanks Cory!

  11. stevew says:

    Thanks Cory, that was great. I’ve passed the story on to others. Now I’m going to Click on the kickstart link above.

  12. Gal_n_AL says:

    thoroughly enjoyable story! thanks for the link !

  13. Anonymous says:

    funniest line:

    “Legitimate employers use Craigslist.”

  14. jacques45 says:

    Enjoyable, and I liked the description and use of Google :)

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