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Ask Slashdot: What's the Most Depressing Sci-fi You've Ever Read?

aliscool Re:Flowers for Algernon (1365 comments)

another good one. Er, I mean excellent choice for novel that made me sad. Well written but sad.

about 2 years ago
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Ask Slashdot: What's the Most Depressing Sci-fi You've Ever Read?

aliscool Re:Make Room! Make Room! (1365 comments)

second this one. Depressing through and through, but very readible.
I do wonder what Solyent steak tastes like:)

about 2 years ago

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aliscool aliscool writes  |  more than 6 years ago

aliscool writes "http://www.theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=34 542 Found on theinquirer.net A RECENT IDC white paper on the economic impact of Microsoft's super soaraway new Vista operating system seems to be lacking one crucial ingredient — other operating systems. The paper, which is part of Vole's campaign to become liked by the EU, fell into the hands of webpronews hacks. While the report waxes lyrical enough to bring a shine to all the floors in Nicolae Ceauescu's palace, it fails to mention that there are other operating systems in the EU. This could be pretty important if Linux sweeps across the EU, or if everyone has a rush of blood to the head and buys Apple OX, or Free BDOS ever takes off. However, for some reason, IDC didn't mention any of these at all. continued on the linked article..."

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