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Review: In Real Life by Cory Doctorow and Jen Wang

In a nutshell, In Real Life is a graphic novel that tackles some of the same themes and concepts as Doctorow’s earlier YA novel For the Win, most notably: gold-farming in online games, from an economic and social perspective; the … Continue reading

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Homeland by Cory Doctorow

To prepare for Homeland, the sequel to Cory Doctorow’s wildly successful 2007 YA novel Little Brother, I decided to give that first book a quick re-read. Not for the first time, I was struck by how clever and awesome it is that … Continue reading

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Humble Ebook Bundle Breaks One Million Dollars in Sales!

I don’t do a lot of news-y posts here anymore, but this story is too cool to ignore: the Humble Ebook Bundle, a pay-what-you-want set of ebooks full of great titles and authors, just reached a cool one million US … Continue reading

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Pirate Cinema by Cory Doctorow

Trent McCauley is a talented teenager: his main hobby, more an obsession really, is creating movie clips by downloading, remixing and reassembling footage of his favorite actor. Problem is, those movies tend to be copyrighted, which means Trent’s innocuous pastime … Continue reading

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The Week that Was: January 29th, 2012

Here’s Far Beyond Reality’s weekly roundup of articles and reviews from around the web. Keep in mind: this isn’t meant to be a comprehensive list of every important SF&F news item, just a look at a few things I found … Continue reading

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