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The Boy Who Downloaded the Internet (Chapter Two)

Crady knew what he wanted to do, but how to do it? "Let's see... Anyone can download Internet files, but can I download the entire Internet? Just downloading the files'd take a lifetime. I need super-fast equipment and a lot of help. Plus I need to write s
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Posted by on May 16, 2020

The Boy Who Downloaded the Internet (Chapter One)

Diagnosed autistic, Crady muttered to himself, "High on the Spectrum? So they think I'm a mental case? I'll show 'em." Leaning toward the computer monitor, he spun a pencil between his palms, saying, "Let's see. What should I do.... What -- should -- I --
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Posted by on May 15, 2020

An Outline for The Man Who Downloaded the Internet

Some time back, I had an idea for a story: The Man Who Downloaded the Internet. I didn't have a clear idea of what it might encompass to write such a story, or what the outcome might be. In fact, I still don't. I believe such matters, if one has an outline
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Posted by on May 3, 2020

The Boy Who Downloaded the Internet (Chapter Two)

Crady knew what he wanted to do, but how to do it? "Let's see... Anyone can download Internet files, but can I download the entire Internet? Just downloading the files'd take a lifetime. I need super-fast equipment and a lot of help. Plus I need to write s
Click here to read more

Posted by on May 16, 2020

The Boy Who Downloaded the Internet (Chapter One)

Diagnosed autistic, Crady muttered to himself, "High on the Spectrum? So they think I'm a mental case? I'll show 'em." Leaning toward the computer monitor, he spun a pencil between his palms, saying, "Let's see. What should I do.... What -- should -- I --
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Posted by on May 15, 2020

An Outline for The Man Who Downloaded the Internet

Some time back, I had an idea for a story: The Man Who Downloaded the Internet. I didn't have a clear idea of what it might encompass to write such a story, or what the outcome might be. In fact, I still don't. I believe such matters, if one has an outline
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Posted by on May 3, 2020

An Intriguing Title

Every once in a while, I come up with an idea I'd love to follow through on I do not attempt to put into action. Although I write articles on science and related topics, I do not kid myself into thinking I am an author. Oh, my writing is not bad, technica
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Posted by on April 7, 2020

Writing Online can be a Seasonal Thing

I own, maintain, and currently am the only writer, on a science site called QuirkyScience. My articles are almost exclusively evergreen, which means they will hold up over time, and so should invite an ongoing readership. An online writer may promote his
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Posted by on March 15, 2020

Very Old Stories

Here is a story from a book published in 1620 in London. The book is called The Decameron (Day 1 to Day 5) Containing an hundred pleasant Novels and can be found in Project Gutenberg I have picked out one short story. It is written in Old
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Posted by on March 10, 2020

Garden Design

Another Article From The Public Domain This one is about gardening and was published in 1892. The writing style is fairly ornate! Why not see how you would write it, to mean the same but in a more modern style. Garden Design A beautiful house in a fair
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Posted by on February 24, 2020

THE STORY OF THE TREASURE SEEKERS

E Nesbit's story can be found on Project Gutenberg at https://www.gutenberg.org/files/770/770-h/770-h.htm#link2HCH0002 if you want to read it. This segment comes at the end of Chapter 2. Digging For Treasure ‘So you were digging for tre
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Posted by on February 21, 2020

Writing Changes Over The Years

It is interesting to look at how writing has changed over the years. I have been looking at books on Project Gutenberg, the project that aims to digitise all known writing. Many of these books are out of copyright because they are so old, so the text can b
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Posted by on February 20, 2020

A Chronicle of Sam Moon

The following is for Anthony Davis, a close acquaintance, to show the advantage of dialogue for immediate involvement... "Hm. You're about out of seed Josie, aren't you? We'll fix that."Samuel Popovich hobbled over to the cabinet he kept for Josie
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Posted by on February 14, 2020