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  • Divining counterparty risk, and concentrations of it, is tough and disclosures vary.

    Ghosts Could Be Lurking in Banking Machines

  • Divining whether Knight, 71, will return to Indiana has become a sport unto itself.

    Indiana's Back, but Bob-Less

  • Free Audio Fiction [courtesy of QuasarDragon] @Librivox: has a Robert Bloch classic "This Crowded Earth" read by Gregg Margarite. [via SFFaudio] @Beam Me Up: Part 3, the conclusion, of "Divining Light" by Ted Kosmatka, read by Paul Cole.

    March 2009

  • Divining pro performance based on the combine is like bestowing Oscars on the basis of optioned screenplays.

    The Confounding Allure of the NFL Combine

  • Free Audio Fiction [courtesy of QuasarDragon] @Librivox: has a Robert Bloch classic "This Crowded Earth" read by Gregg Margarite. [via SFFaudio] @Beam Me Up: Part 3, the conclusion, of "Divining Light" by Ted Kosmatka, read by Paul Cole.

    SF Tidbits for 3/8/09

  • My stories "Divining Light" and "The Art of Alchemy" are both loosely based on my experiences working in laboratories.

    INTERVIEW: Ted Kosmatka

  • Divining a national identity from this vast diverse place has always been the great Canadian challenge.

    April 2010

  • Divining a national identity from this vast diverse place has always been the great Canadian challenge.

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  • Divining the profitability of a book is a mysterious art.

    New Economics Rewrite Book Business

  • Ted Kosmatka's "Divining Light": Very technical for a lot of readers & boring first half; but fantastic second half with a very unusual premise: "double-slit experiment" implies we can build a gadget that can detect whether something has a "soul" (or whatever the heck it is that separates humans from "lower" animals, or whether nature makes such a distinction).

    MIND MELD: Memorable Short Stories to Add to Your Reading List (Part 1 of 2)

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