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Google omits the wheel with its driverless car technology | Science Fact Friday: Google Chauffeur

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Science Fact Friday champions today’s advancements that could turn yesterday’s Science Fiction into tomorrow’s science reality. Information presented here is for entertainment purposes only. We are not liable if your space elevator collapses.

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20 Best Science Fiction Short Stories of the 20th Century

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Nerdclave’s Classic Spec is a semi-regular look back at formative short science fiction from the 19th and 20th century in order to keep it alive for modern genre devotees.

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7 Highly Probable Star Wars Episode 7 Plot Points

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We don’t know any confirmed Star Wars Episode 7 plot points, but we can make some (intelligent?) guesses from clues found in episodes one and four.

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6 Real Life Monsters (Not Godzilla) Straight Out of Fiction

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Science Fact Friday champions today’s advancements that could turn yesterday’s Science Fiction into tomorrow’s science reality. Information presented here is for entertainment purposes only. We are not liable if your space elevator collapses.

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When I Was Your Age, We Had to Plug in Our Electronics

Originally published on Nerdclave.com

http://www.nerdclave.com/home/sff-wireless-power-when-i-was-your-age-we-had-to-plug-in-our-lamps

Science Fact Friday champions today’s advancements that could turn yesterday’s Science Fiction into tomorrow’s science reality. Information presented here is for entertainment purposes only. We are not liable if your space elevator collapses.

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The Buried Life unearths a talented debut author

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TL;DR Review

The Buried Life
Author: Carrie Patel
Publisher: Angry Robot Books
Release Date: July 29, 2014
Pro: Jane and Sundar are delightful characters. Jane, especially, felt warm blooded with an enviable soul.
Con: The plot felt a bit predictable at times, and I would have liked to see more everyday effects stemming from the story’s unique underground society–geeky world building stuff sure to be included in future installments.
Rating: 7/10

The Buried Life by Carrie Patel, a breezy read with a steady plot and memorable characters, is a promising debut novel.

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Wedding Registry | Spring 2016 | JCPenney

For JCPenney’s spring 2016 wedding registry, my work included headlines, editorial copy, and educational copy related to the products. After presenting several options, leadership chose the selections below.

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Black Friday | 2015 | JCPenney

I took on the home and jewelry sections for JCPenney’s Black Friday print ad. Below is my final work, but the work included multiple updates along the process with constant communication between all departments.

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