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April 22, 2009

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Zora

You are writing in the second person. Perhaps you have recently read Charlie Stross' Halting State. A whole novel, written in the second person.

Amazing how quickly you adjust to it.

Don Napoli

I feel your glee. But what of the Florence Stonebraker scholar? That poor soul must seek books that aren't available for download and can't be obtained through ILL.

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