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The Peterson Group, a Taiwan-based company which distributes mobile phone accessories and laptop paraphernalia across Asia, reports at least 10 companies claiming their own brand in Polaroid Cameras.
By Bert Broomberg
Poem about computer game addiction.
Poetry | Updated Sep 21, 2015 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
a poem about getting ready for bed
By Glenn Paul
Richard Holkletter, rescued from the Harvesters, finds the reality of what happened to so many planets a shock to his system. When he hears the story of someone who escaped but was captured again his world falls apart. He discovers someone's secret identity which will change things in Refuge.
By Glenn Paul
This is the ongoing saga of Richard Holkletter who was seized by aliens who have been sweeping clean inhabitants of planets and are now targeting Earth. He has been rescued but feels like a prisoner in the haven. He is struggling to understand this haven and how he can eventually stop the...
By Martin Carter
We put so much blind faith in computer technology donâ€™t we?
For example. When you go to the supermarket, you spend ages piling your trolley high with the things you need, then queue for what seems an eternity behind other customers with trollies piled equally high but who have managed to...
By Martin Carter
This is where it all started. I recall the very first time I answered the phone....I was about seven years old..and terrified..!
By Jack Dikian
This paper takes a close look at the youngest and smallest kid on the block, and compares it with its older and bigger brothers, as well as its opponents. This is a review of Coherent Unix.
By Andrea Perno
This is a science fiction thriller that focuses on mind control and survival. This is NOT a kid friendly book. It has very mature content and violence. Think Criminal Minds. Reviewers are likening it to Dean Koontz's, Intensity. Here is the story synopsis. I have posted the first three chapters....
By Philosophical Girl
If you observe how humans work, you will start to see that we have something in common with computers - computing.
We compute decisions. And, the way I see it, free will is the allowed ability to compute decisions based on our own unique data collected in our own unique brain.
By Alan Fashion
In this story, a man given a computer because he says he is bored with reading books has to cope with many conflicting demands on his time and how he lives his life that is caused by something seemingly so simple and easy-to-use. What will he make of it? And what his friends make of his new...
By Wenndy Jade
Life for Humans is perfect. No sign of disease or starvation. Happiness spreads like wild fire. Everything is perfect, and it's all thanks to a computer. For over a decade, computers have been upgrading themselves and now control everything. They gave the human race virtual simulation pods where...
Another snippet I find this length easiest for me to write. Just an interesting piece I wrote very abstract.
Short Story | Updated Feb 24, 2015 | Reads: 40 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Matthew Matthew
A boy tracks down an assasin while trying to prevent a war from starting. But one of his family members gets quickscoped so he must choose whether to fight or not. 8/8 gr8 m8
By John Niac
My agent is pushing for new work but my mind is blocked. See what happens when I sit at the computer