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Newer page: version 4 Last edited on Saturday, March 22, 2003 9:04:24 pm by GlynWebster
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-[['' 'Voluntary Autism' is just one of the ethically bewildering uses of biotechnology that Greg Egan explores in ''Distress'' ( the very first scene shocked me silly!), though the book is largely about other things. One chapter is devoted to this interview.'' 
+[['' 'Voluntary Autism' is just one of the ethically bewildering uses of biotechnology that Greg Egan explores in ''Distress'' [ the very first scene | http://www.epilog.de/PersData/E/Egan_Greg_1961/Text/Distress_e_T001.htm] shocked me silly!), though the book is largely about other things. One chapter is devoted to this interview.'' 
  
 ''Greg Egan is really good value: you can find some of his short stories and animated mathematical art here: http://www.netspace.net.au/~gregegan/''. Go there just for the art: it's incredible. 
  
 ''As far as I can tell from reading Greg Egan's books, he believes himself that intimacy and mutual understanding ''are'' possible, but that it would literally take a miracle to make a sufficient number of people capable of them -- which is a little depressing. --GlynWebster'']