I had no idea there were all these free stories on tor. I have read 3 so far, but none were good enough to recommend. Are there any other sources like this about which I am oblivious?
Anonymous said: It was either the late 80's or early 90's I was riding in the car while my parents listen to a book on tape. The book was about a child genius sent somewhere to have tests performed measuring his IQ. Later his brain and consciousness is uploaded into cyberspace. He becomes defiance and my memory falls short after that. The transcendence trailer gave me the flashback of this memory and my attempts Google any proof of this books existence have fallen short. Am i completely fabricating this memory?
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To help plan your halloween month, and the month after, and probably one more.
Ever since the computers came to be ruling things pretty much their own way, handling data and forming conclusions, the only way a man could achieve any notice in the galaxy was to do some original thinking —and by original, read alogical. […] Men, luckily, aren’t limited to the flip-flop on-off type of binary thinking that the computers specialize in.
"Solitary" by Robert Silverberg, from the collection Godling Go Home! (1964)