I’ve been quietly enjoying a The DrabbleCast for the past six months or so, enjoying greatly “Strange stories from strange writers for strange people.”
The Drabblecast is well produced, funny, entertaining, and digestible in small chunks.
Drabblecast 124 was a great description of a world slouching towards the singularity; people have their consciousness backed up to computers so that their beings can be accessed after death. Of course, instead of a happy occasion, it’s sad, disorienting, and kind of disturbing. Also, there’s a lady dying of cancer.
Wait, I swear, it’s a great story. And, besides, its short. what do you have to lose?
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