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>"Adam-Troy Castro's short story remains one of the author's best, even years later."
>"Adam-Troy Castro's short story remains one of the author's best, even years later."
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"It's one of the biggest threats that science fiction rarely talks about."
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“The cool thing about all the pictures—concept art, illustrations, and so forth—that I included is that all of those came from [developers like] Richard Garriott, Brian _...Read More_
“The cool thing about all the pictures—concept art, illustrations, and so forth—that I included is that all of those came from [developers like] Richard Garriott, Brian _...Read More_
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Although a trip to Galaxy's Edge isn't required for enjoying the VR work, the experience will certainly be enhanced by it. I know the folks at ILMxLab will likely disagree when I say this, but I'm not sure that "Tales From the Galaxy's _...Read More_
Although a trip to Galaxy's Edge isn't required for enjoying the VR work, the experience will certainly be enhanced by it. I know the folks at ILMxLab will likely disagree when I say this, but I'm not sure that "Tales From the Galaxy's _...Read More_
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>"Physicist Brian Keating, codirector of the Arthur C. Clarke Center for the Human Imagination, started the show to continue the center's mission of bringing together the _...Read More_
>"Physicist Brian Keating, codirector of the Arthur C. Clarke Center for the Human Imagination, started the show to continue the center's mission of bringing together the _...Read More_
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>"Your life’s memories could, in principle, be stored in the universe’s structure."
>"Your life’s memories could, in principle, be stored in the universe’s structure."
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