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Infovore : a weblog by Tom Armitage

I think it was mainly for myself; maybe I’ll publish it sometime. But then I found something better to share. Warren Ellis’ The Shipping Forecast is a story in this year’s MIT Technology Review SF special, Twelve Tomorrows. On morning.computer , Warren explained his story thus: When Bruce Sterling commissioned me to write a piece for MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW, he had a specific brief: imagine a future where BERG won, and launched the future from the back of their Brutalist gulag in Shoreditch.

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