In my never-ending search of science fiction sites to fuel both my reading and writing, I’ve come across 365 tomorrows. This site posts flash science fiction daily (by their definition, flash being 600 words or less). Sci-fi writers take note, they have staff writers but also take submissions.
Today’s story, A. I. of the Beholder by Duncan Shields, is a melancholy account of — as I’m sure you can tell from the title — the consequences of letting A.I. take over. Somewhat channeling Asimov, Shields manages to avoid the cliché of the angry A.I. rebellion. What about the consequences of no emotion at all? If you have a few minutes to spare, check it out.
And, Happy New Year everyone.