Tag Archives: Technology

Back to the Drawing Board

British efforts to produce stealthy military tanks proceeded apace, largely due to Dr. Pradesh. The slender scientist’s creative mind knew no boundaries. He built a reputation for attempting things no one else ever considered. While producing amazing results, Pradesh sometimes … Continue reading

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Fly in the Machine

Norton held the tiny surveillance drone in his hand. “Can you believe it?” he complained. “Director Fuchs is halting this project.” “Unbelievable,” sympathized Gordon. “It looks exactly like a fly. It’s got infrared, CO2 detectors, wireless comms, onboard expert systems, … Continue reading

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Tech Seminar – Alastair’s Photo Fiction: 14Jul13

Written for Alastair’s Photo Fiction. Story begins after the photo. Genre: Speculative Fiction/Historical Word Count: 150 Tech Seminar “Your lodging, sir,” said the driver. “Oh what a quaint old castle!” Beamed Johnson. “Yes it is. Only the best for attendees … Continue reading

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All Clear! – Friday Fictioneers 29Jun13

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. Story begins after the picture. Genre: Science Fiction Word Count: 99 All Clear! “That’s a Jeepnee,” explained the cab driver. “Very colorful, yes?” “It looks old,” said the American. “The Philippines is beautiful, but still … Continue reading

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The Great Mistake – Alastair’s Photo Fiction – 05-05-13

Each week, Alastair Forbes presents image for a writing prompt. The goal is to write a 150 word or less short story based upon the picture. Anyone is invited to join this group of intrepid writers. Please visit Alastair’s page … Continue reading

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Nano Surveillance Breakthrough, Exposed.

ATLANTA, GA – The next time you find a fly in your beer, it may not be doing the backstroke; it may be watching you. Nanolook Systems of Atlanta, GA has announced a breakthrough nanobot surveillance. The only problem is, … Continue reading

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Inventor Creates Counter-Gravity

LOCK HAVEN, PA – The world changed today in a way that cannot easily be measured. Jeffery Fordham, eccentric inventor in this little town of 9,700, successfully tested the first known counter-gravity unit to move a large object. His entire … Continue reading

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