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  • Some are complete, but boring ( "isaac asimov is hard to beat").

    May 2004

  • This list was compiled by searching the Scribd site for the words "asimov" and "silverberg" and it included my own novel Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, a teacher's guide to great science fiction for young readers, and the entire back-catalog of a science fiction magazine whose editors had placed their work on Scribd.

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  • To leave a comment: Tags: gardner dozois, isaac asimov, issac asimov, issac azimov, science fiction …

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  • I just take the usual mystery of something needs to be known or detected, but use the technology to support the mystery. look at what asimov did with the Bailey trilogy.

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  • I posted a then-current version of the list on the Usenet newsgroup alt.books.isaac-asimov in 1998, and Ed Seiler, webmaster of the Isaac Asimov Home Page website, was impressed enough to create a page for it.

    Is the world ready for Susan Calvin, Girl Genius?

  • Speaking as a 47-year-old male raised on the big three (asimov, clarke, heinlein) these guys wrote was was frankly, Pulp. their stories were design for fantastic ideas and adventure, characters are admittedly secondary.

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  • But if you run out of asimov stuff to read, Cussler is another guy who knows how to do it right. blah.

    Foundation: The Movie

  • I don't know if he wrote a book of that title, but the movie definitely has asimov all over it. the basic premise is from a short story whose name I cant recall but I think is in "Martian tales and other short stories" or something like that.

    Foundation: The Movie

  • Looks to me like poor judgement on the city's side for allowing them to build that restaurant there in the first place. asimov wrote on Apr 1, 2009 3: 35 PM:

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  • That sounds like an isaac asimov or ray bradbury short story I read once.

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