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  • Paperback
  • 137 pages
  • Clueless In Seattle
  • Steve Oliver
  • English
  • 12 January 2017
  • 0964413868

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8 thoughts on “Clueless In Seattle

  1. Dirk Dirk says:

    This is a charming, witty, wry book It is made of 15 short stories It is not deep, but it sparkles with edgy brightness The stories are mostly about men who have satirically rigid expectations about what kind of women they seek to involve themselves with A tall man who likes short women, a man who wantsintellectual women, another who wants less intellectual Two of the stories are, however, about robots and bring sly, flexible, and novel insight to the problems of robots living amo This is a charming, witty, wry book It is made of 15 short stories It is not deep, but it sparkles with edgy brightness The stories are mostly about men who have satirically rigid expectations about what kind of women they seek to involve themselves with A tall man who likes short women, a man who wantsintellectual women, another who wants less intellectual Two of the stories are, however, about robots and bring sly, flexible, and novel insight to the problems of robots living among their human employers.Here is an example of the general inventiveness We open with a guy in a bar scene who is talking to a chemist friend The friend claims to have solved the problem of cold fusion The protagonist recalls the previous failures of cold fusion, but the chemist persists, saying he can make it work in most liquids, cocktails are particularly good substrates Out of his pocket, he pulls and anode and cathode attached by wires to a reclusive battery Soon the protagonist s drink begins to fizz and bubble The protagonist excuses himself and soon ends up talking to a woman who explains that she is a psychic, but she does not give advice or predict the future, she recovers lost computer files Everyone has had the experience of loosing work to a computer crash, she asserts, and in her readings, she has been able to recover whole paragraphs.In another story, the protagonist is conversing with a feminist woman who is pressing him on his sensitivity to gender roles The author summarizes part of their conversationHe told her he deserved to be treated as an individual, that, though he had been raised as a man except during a brief disorienting period when his parents told him he was a crustacean he was gentler than most.It is off the wall touches like the parenthetical crustacean that make these stories special.The characterization is not thick and it assumes at least vague familiarity with marginally techie 20 30 somethings The plots are shifty and sometimes surprising The prose is crisp and witty, but not thrilling.The characterization of the robots is in a way the most interesting We watch them stumble over the attitudes that have been programed into them It makes me wonder how humans stumble over the attitudes that are programmed into us

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8 thoughts on “Clueless In Seattle

  1. Dirk Dirk says:

    This is a charming, witty, wry book It is made of 15 short stories It is not deep, but it sparkles with edgy brightness The stories are mostly about men who have satirically rigid expectations about what kind of women they seek to involve themselves with A tall man who likes short women, a man who wantsintellectual women, another who wants less intellectual Two of the stories are, however, about robots and bring sly, flexible, and novel insight to the problems of robots living amo This is a charming, witty, wry book It is made of 15 short stories It is not deep, but it sparkles with edgy brightness The stories are mostly about men who have satirically rigid expectations about what kind of women they seek to involve themselves with A tall man who likes short women, a man who wantsintellectual women, another who wants less intellectual Two of the stories are, however, about robots and bring sly, flexible, and novel insight to the problems of robots living among their human employers.Here is an example of the general inventiveness We open with a guy in a bar scene who is talking to a chemist friend The friend claims to have solved the problem of cold fusion The protagonist recalls the previous failures of cold fusion, but the chemist persists, saying he can make it work in most liquids, cocktails are particularly good substrates Out of his pocket, he pulls and anode and cathode attached by wires to a reclusive battery Soon the protagonist s drink begins to fizz and bubble The protagonist excuses himself and soon ends up talking to a woman who explains that she is a psychic, but she does not give advice or predict the future, she recovers lost computer files Everyone has had the experience of loosing work to a computer crash, she asserts, and in her readings, she has been able to recover whole paragraphs.In another story, the protagonist is conversing with a feminist woman who is pressing him on his sensitivity to gender roles The author summarizes part of their conversationHe told her he deserved to be treated as an individual, that, though he had been raised as a man except during a brief disorienting period when his parents told him he was a crustacean he was gentler than most.It is off the wall touches like the parenthetical crustacean that make these stories special.The characterization is not thick and it assumes at least vague familiarity with marginally techie 20 30 somethings The plots are shifty and sometimes surprising The prose is crisp and witty, but not thrilling.The characterization of the robots is in a way the most interesting We watch them stumble over the attitudes that have been programed into them It makes me wonder how humans stumble over the attitudes that are programmed into us

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