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Ubiquitous Computing

The Gods Arrive

An Unprotected Female at the Pyramids

The Diseases of Purgatory, Pt. 6

Ruth Fielding on the St. Lawrence

Mouse Lights

Blood of the Gods

The Bobbsey Twins in a Great City

The Prime Minister

Atoms of Empire

by Charles John Cutcliffe Wright Hyne

The wandering Englishman, the atom of empire, at sundry ends of the earth is not always good company in the flesh, but in Mr. Cutcliffe Hyne's stories he is good company. For the reader is not in the position...

Double Take

by Richard Wilson

The barn turned out to be a spaceship in disguise, and that was only the beginning. Before his strange adventure ended, young Paul Asher found himself going around in circles—very peculiar circles indeed!

Homesick

by Lyn Venable

What thrill is there in going out among the stars if coming back means bitter loneliness?

On Handling the Data

by M.I. Mayfield

Sometimes a story is best told by omission!

The Cuckoo Clock

by Wesley Barefoot

You know a murderer preys on your household—lives with you—depends on you—and you have no defence!

The Country of The Knife

A Matter of Magnitude

by Al Sevcik

When you're commanding a spaceship over a mile long, and armed to the teeth, you don't exactly expect to be told to get the hell out...

Alarm Clock

by Everett B. Cole

Most useful high explosives, like ammonium nitrate, are enormously violent ... once they're triggered. But they will remain seemingly inert when beaten, burned, variously punished--until the particular shock...

The Real Hard Sell

by William W. Stuart

Naturally human work was more creative, more inspiring, more important than robot drudgery. Naturally it was the most important task in all the world … or was it?

A Scientist Rises

by Desmond Winter Hall

The face of the giant was indeed that of a god....

Millennium

by Everett B. Cole

There are devices a high-level culture could produce that simply don't belong in the hands of incompetents of lower cultural evolution. The finest, and most civilized of tools can be made a menace ...