Tag Archives: time travel

Book Review: How to Invent Everything

If you and your friends are cool (read: nerdy) enough, there are certain topics of conversation that will inevitably come up. “What would you do in a zombie apocalypse?” is probably the most common one, but just a little ways behind it is “what would you do with a time machine?” which in turn leads …

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Book Review: 1632, by Eric Flint

I think I’ve finally gotten my head around this ‘ebook’ thing. Don’t get me wrong– whenever possible, I prefer a legit physical copy of a book. Buuuut, sometimes it’s inconvenient to carry around a fat paperback in your back pocket, especially when it’s become socially acceptable to stare at your phone when you don’t have …

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SNEAK PREVIEW’D! Happy Death Day

Courtesy of my buddy Jeremy (the dude behind A Brew to A Kill) and Destroythebrain.com, I got to see a free preview of the upcoming horror movie Happy Death Day. Sadly, it’s got nothing to do with that one Dethklok song. Happy Death Day boils down to the elevator pitch of “what if Groundhog day …

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Book Review: Emperor, by William F. Wu (not Isaac Asimov)

Repeat after me, nerds: The First Law: A robot may not injure a human being, or through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. The Second Law: A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law. The Third Law: A robot …

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Michael P. Williams’ Chrono Trigger (a review of the book, not the game).

  You guys. CHRONO TRIGGER. Really, I could just freak out and type CHRONO TRIGGER over and over and over again, in all caps, and there would be a significant number of readers who would accept that as a perfectly legit review. But lucky for the rest of you, I’m going to elaborate further! So, …

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