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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • OK, I guess I'll have to chip in then:

    • John Varley, especially his short stories. I find facscinating the way most of them take place in the same world, thus relvealing it little by little as you read more of them. Plus the guy can really write and can give life to his characters.
    • Norman Spinrad: The Iron Dream is one of the funniest and scariest and above all most clever books I have ever read. His short stories are pretty good too.
    • Theodore Sturgeon, especially his short stories (once again, but remember
    • John Sladek's Tik-Tok: hilarious story of a... twisted robot, forget about the 3 laws here.
      Wow. I thought I was the only person on the planet who actually bought and read that book. :-) I tried to describe the amphibious aircraft carrier that was as big as the state of Delaware, but somehow my explanation didn't sound as funny as Sladek's.