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Calendar, Night&Day Visions of the Future

Visions of the Future

Science fiction author David Brin’s greatest claim to fame (or infamy) may be his book The Postman, which inspired the notorious Kevin Costner flop of the same name. But don’t hold that against Brin; like many a seer, he can’t…
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Calendar, Night&Day Big Three

Big Three

Novelist Thomas Pynchon is more than a writer. He’s a weird institution and full-time obsession for some. But what did he expect? He has made sport of hiding from the world since the mid-1960s. Of course people want to know…
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Film, Jokes?<i> What</i> Jokes?

Jokes? What Jokes?

Author Douglas Adams died at age 49 on May 11, 2001, of a heart attack suffered during a workout at a Santa Barbara gym. His biographer, M.J. Simpson, blamed Adams' demise in part on his unending battle to get The…
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