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Content Marketing for Technical and Manufacturing Companies

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In an increasingly complicated and competitive world, technology and manufacturing businesses need any edge they can get. Why, then, do so many of these companies leave their internet presence at a minimum? Marketing to engineers tasked with making a…
Fishpunk
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|May 9, 2015

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When Wisconsin Territory botanist Calvin Scholz receives a mysterious package from an old friend who recently came to an untimely demise, it sparks a wild adventure. The mid-1840s is a dangerous time, for the Americans are at war with Mexico. Scholz survives…
The Turbulent Birth of the Lick Observatory

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With drama equal to any fiction, this article explores the story of how a major research institution came into being at the top of a mountain at the end of the 19th Century.
Rigel Kentaurus
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|May 9, 2015

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It’s the first human voyage outside the solar system, and Proxima Centauri is the destination. The crew of the sleeper ship Deep Space discovers we are not alone, and not everyone out there is nice. Diverted to Alpha Centauri A (Rigel Kentaurus) to fetch and…
Winter
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|May 9, 2015

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Two stories in one volume. Winter - When humans return to Earth after 20,000 years of time dilation, things are no longer as they were. Change was inevitable, but some things never change. Cities are in ruins. The Golden Gate Bridge is a mound of scrap metal.…
A Nice Day for a Walk
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|May 9, 2015

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Caught half-way between stars, Deepspace-2 hurtled near the speed of light damaged and unable to flip over to decelerate. Will the injured crew be able to flip the ship manually, or will they pass their destination, doomed to speed forever into the vast
Neanderthal Swan Song
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|May 15, 2015

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The world of anthropology would have been excited when a perfectly preserved Neanderthal body is discovered in the Greenlandic permafrost, if authorities would allow the details out. When an American anthropologist involved in the excavation is denied access to…
Fishpunk
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|August 3, 2012

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When Wisconsin Territory botanist Calvin Scholz receives a mysterious package from an old friend who recently came to an untimely demise, it sparks a wild adventure.  The mid-1840s is a dangerous time, for the Americans are at war with Mexico. Scholz…
The Turbulent Birth of the Lick Observatory

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With drama equal to any fiction, this article explores the story of how a major research institution came into being at the top of a mountain at the end of the 19th Century.
How to Thwart a Dictator
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|July 23, 2012

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When Didier Forneau came to visit me in the French field office claiming Hitler was an alien, I  rolled my eyes.  When he claimed a new alien has plans for dictatorship and I would have to to save the world, could hilarity be far behind?
How to Drive a Pinto (Bean)
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|July 23, 2012

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2700 words. In this whimsical sequel to How to Thwart a Dictator, Didier Forneau pays me a visit on the last day of my job, and he makes an unbelievable request.
How to Eat a Cobalt Bomb
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|July 23, 2012

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4000 words When I left my old job, I thought I got rid of Didier Forneau, the French man who thought he was an alien. I was wrong. This time, Didier has uncovered a plot that could destroy an entire city, and it’s up to me to stop it.