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With a Little Help
Cory Doctorow
151 Installments

A collection of 12 Doctorow short stories, including, “The Things that Make Me Weak and Strange Get Engineered Away”, “The Right Book”, “Other People’s Money”, “Scroogled”, “Human readable”, “Liberation Spectrum”, “Power Punctuation!”, “Visit the Sins”, “Constitutional Crisis”, “Pester Power”,” Chicken Little”, and “Epoch”.

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Cory Doctorow is a Canadian-British science fiction writer, digital-rights activist, and co-editor of the popular blog Boing Boing. His first novel Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, was the first book ever published under a Creative Commons license. His bestselling novel Little Brother (2008), was nominated for a Hugo Award. He is a contributing writer at Wired, has a regular column in Popular Science, and is the author of more then 15 books of fiction and non-fiction.

 
Dec. 26, 2013
This Cory Doctorow sci-fi tale is set in the future, but many of the things happening coulod happen in our present. I find it intriquing.
 
Dec. 26, 2013
Every story draws you in, good read.
 
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Dec. 26, 2013
I *did* enjoy it. Now that I begin to "review" it is hard for me to say why. I saved all the emails. I find myself skimming it now, again, trying to put into words why I liked it, but getting back into the stories my time is gone. Good science fiction. Read it.
 
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Very fresh, some perspectives that made me rethink and relook at some issues-very cool.
 
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Quite good collection of short stories: recommended.
 
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Dec. 26, 2013
This collection presents the ideas that make SF interesting in a skilled, contemporary manner. The characterizations and the tech details -- excellent.
 
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Dec. 26, 2013
A very inventive collection short of technological stories. This is my first C.D. book and I am pleased to say it is well worth the time to read through it. I will surely be reading more of his writings.
 
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Dec. 26, 2013
Such a wonderful short story I stopped the dailylit subscription and downloaded the entire thing from the author's site. It really made me think about many things - the practice of religion, big brother, the sanctity of data processing. Quite enjoyable!
 
Dec. 26, 2013
good
 
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