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Monteleone, Thomas F. Random Access Messages of the Computer Age


Introduction Thomas F. Monteleone
The Haunted Computer and the Android Pope Ray Bradbury Science Digest Sum ’80
Computers Don’t Argue Gordon R. Dickson Analog Sep ’65
The Touch Gregory Benford The Best of Omni Science Fiction, No. 5, Omni, 1983
Copyright Infringement David F. Bischoff
Love Calls Ben Bova The Best of Omni Science Fiction, No. 4, Omni, 1982
The Nine Billion Names of God Arthur C. Clarke Star Science Fiction Stories #1, Ballantine, 1953
Armaja Das Joe W. Haldeman Frights, St. Martins, 1976
Networking Robert E. Vardeman
Spring-Fingered Jack Susan Casper Fears, Berkley, 1983
The Union Forever Barry N. Malzberg Showcase, Harper & Row, 1973
The Card Charles L. Grant
A Day and a Night of Brahma Ralph Mylius
The Schematic Man Frederik Pohl Playboy Jan ’69
Loki 7281 Roger Zelazny
I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream Harlan Ellison If Mar ’67
The Greatest Game Thomas F. Monteleone
Answers John Sladek The Lunatics of Terra, London: Gollancz, 1984
The Last Question Isaac Asimov Science Fiction Quarterly Nov ’56

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