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Story involving a brain implant that allows access to the Internet
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Don Kuenz
2017-03-05 02:48:00 UTC
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The online magazine FARTHER STARS THAN THESE has published "Paul's
Brainbug" by C.E. Gee, which takes three minutes or less to read.
This story involves a brain implant that can access WiFi.
The story will be the magazine's featured story for six days starting
Thursday, March, 2 2017. The story will then be moved into the
magazine's Archive Department. The Archive Department is found below
the ending of the story --- Goto March 2017.
The story is Science Fiction, has a futuristic setting, a romance.
Please goto http://www.fartherstars.com
This story stretched my suspension of disbelief because it failed to
deliver cortical spam, unwanted ads, pop-ups, and malware. No way do the
usual suspects allow a clean get away without banner ads and tracking
cookies dancing through your head. :0)

Thank you,

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Don Kuenz KB7RPU
Robert Carnegie
2017-03-05 22:34:39 UTC
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The online magazine FARTHER STARS THAN THESE has published "Paul's
Brainbug" by C.E. Gee, which takes three minutes or less to read.
This story involves a brain implant that can access WiFi.
The story will be the magazine's featured story for six days starting
Thursday, March, 2 2017. The story will then be moved into the
magazine's Archive Department. The Archive Department is found below
the ending of the story --- Goto March 2017.
The story is Science Fiction, has a futuristic setting, a romance.
Please goto http://www.fartherstars.com
This story stretched my suspension of disbelief because it failed to
deliver cortical spam, unwanted ads, pop-ups, and malware. No way do the
usual suspects allow a clean get away without banner ads and tracking
cookies dancing through your head. :0)
Thank you,
--
Don Kuenz KB7RPU
Why do you have to change into a hospital smock
to have a brainbug inserted in your nose? I call
hidden camera.

ObSF: The episode of "The Glums" in which Ron Glum
buys a fried potato chip meal, gets sixpence change
and - spoiler - sticks it up his nose (he gets these
ideas). Fortunately, he uses a simple scientific
principle to remove it - which doesn't work (top of
head, hammer). Soon the family are waiting
anxiously outside the operating theatre... as the
surgeon tells them what a dreadful waste of time
this has been.
Don Bruder
2017-03-07 05:28:16 UTC
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The online magazine FARTHER STARS THAN THESE has published "Paul's
Brainbug" by C.E. Gee, which takes three minutes or less to read.
This story involves a brain implant that can access WiFi.
The story will be the magazine's featured story for six days starting
Thursday, March, 2 2017. The story will then be moved into the
magazine's Archive Department. The Archive Department is found below
the ending of the story --- Goto March 2017.
The story is Science Fiction, has a futuristic setting, a romance.
Please goto http://www.fartherstars.com
This story stretched my suspension of disbelief because it failed to
deliver cortical spam, unwanted ads, pop-ups, and malware. No way do the
usual suspects allow a clean get away without banner ads and tracking
cookies dancing through your head. :0)
Thank you,
--
Don Kuenz KB7RPU
Why do you have to change into a hospital smock
to have a brainbug inserted in your nose? I call
hidden camera.
ObSF: The episode of "The Glums" in which Ron Glum
buys a fried potato chip meal, gets sixpence change
and - spoiler - sticks it up his nose (he gets these
ideas). Fortunately, he uses a simple scientific
principle to remove it - which doesn't work (top of
head, hammer). Soon the family are waiting
anxiously outside the operating theatre... as the
surgeon tells them what a dreadful waste of time
this has been.
And now for something completely different: a man with a tape recorder
up HIS FRIEND'S nose!

(For values of sixpence equaling tape recorder, of course - which,
entertainingly enough, can be common in Monty-land...)
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If the door is baroque don't be Haydn. Come around Bach and jiggle the Handel.
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