Analog Science Fiction and Fact (July-August 2014)

• four • Sixty unbelievable Years—A own Retrospective • [Editorial (Analog)] • essay via Arlan Andrews [as via Arlan Andrews, Sr. ]
• eight • The Analytical Laboratory (Analog, July-August 2014) • [The Analytical Laboratory] • essay by means of uncredited
• 10 • The Journeyman: opposed to the golf green • [Journeyman] • novella by way of Michael F. Flynn
• 10 •  The Journeyman: opposed to the fairway • inside art by way of Tomislav Tikulin
• 38 • Spanking undesirable info Won't cause them to Behave • [Science truth (Analog)] • essay via Michael F. Flynn
• fifty two • Journeyer • shortstory via R. Garrett Wilson
• fifty seven • In instances to return (Analog, July-August 2014) • [In instances to come back (Analog)] • essay by means of uncredited
• fifty eight • Valued worker • shortstory by way of James ok. Isaac
• sixty four •  Digital Ghosts • inside paintings via uncredited
• sixty five • electronic Ghosts • poem through John F. Keane
• sixty six • brain Locker • shortstory through Juliette Wade
• seventy eight • Who Killed Bonnie's mind? • novelette by means of Daniel Hatch
• ninety four • famous person tune • poem via Kendall Evans
• ninety four •  Star tune • inside art by means of uncredited
• ninety six • Foreshadowing and the Ides of March: tips to (sort of) trace at issues to return • essay by way of Richard A. Lovett
• 102 • unhappiness • shortstory by means of Timons Esaias
• 107 • pink Sky • shortstory by way of Eric Choi
• 114 • The Triple solar: A Golden Age story • novelette by means of Rajnar Vajra
• 114 •  The Triple sunlight: A Golden Age story • inside paintings by way of John Allemand
• 132 • Is it house force Time? • [The trade View] • essay via John G. Cramer
• one hundred thirty five • The Half-Toe Bar • shortstory by means of Andrew Reid
• 142 • cold and hot • shortstory by way of Alvaro Zinos-Amaro
• one hundred fifty • Code Blue Love • novelette by way of invoice Johnson
• 164 • Vooorh • novelette through Paula S. Jordan
• 183 • The Reference Library (Analog, July-August 2014) • [The Reference Library] • essay by means of Don Sakers
• 184 •   evaluate: Year's most sensible SF 18 via David G. Hartwell • assessment via Don Sakers
• 184 •   evaluation: Twenty-First Century technological know-how Fiction through David G. Hartwell and Patrick Nielsen Hayden • overview by means of Don Sakers
• 185 •   evaluation: The Clock Struck None by way of Lou Antonelli • evaluation by way of Don Sakers
• 185 •   evaluate: enthusiasts & opponents, Starships & Dragons by means of Tom Purdom • assessment by means of Don Sakers
• 185 •   assessment: Man-Kzin Wars XIV through Larry Niven • overview by means of Don Sakers
• 186 •   overview: A Darkling Sea by way of James L. Cambias • evaluate via Don Sakers
• 186 •   evaluation: Burning Paradise via Robert Charles Wilson • evaluation via Don Sakers
• 187 • Brass Tacks (Analog, July-August 2014) • [Brass Tacks] • essay through a number of
• 187 •  Letter (Analog, July-August 2014) • essay via Stanley Schmidt [as through Stan Schmidt ]
• 188 •  Letter (Analog, July-August 2014) • essay through Marc Russell
• 192 • Upcoming occasions (Analog, July-August 2014) • [Upcoming occasions] • essay through Anthony R. Lewis [as by means of Anthony Lewis ]

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There were no numbers or codes on it, just two words: plato’s cave. Rita stared at it, her spine tingling at the thought of the net closing in around Tony Kavella. ’ she asked. ‘At first we thought it was a smartcard with a chip, the kind used as a security pass, that sort of thing. ’ He gave a grin. ‘The technology and software embedded in this card are cutting edge, heavily encrypted, worthy of military security, and we can’t even begin to crack it. ’ ‘Well, not quite. Her things were scattered between the bedside table, the bed and the fireplace.

The top expert in the field is a young professor out at Monash University. His name’s Byron Huxley. He’s your best bet. If you sign for it you can take the card with you. ’ ‘Thanks,’ said Rita. ’ Rather than heading out to the university in one of Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs, Rita decided to touch base at the office. She noticed the morning newspapers lying on the desks as she walked into the squad room. They’d picked up from where the TV news bulletins had left off. The headlines took their cue from Mike Cassidy’s report.

Yet it did predict there would be more to come. Were the police simply guessing, or did their profiler have a special insight into the dynamics of the game that was up and running? It would be a challenge to get close to her and find out. But not now. It was time to switch off. He picked up the remote control and turned off the television. Then he got up, shrugging off any feelings of involvement, picked up the bronze-coloured mask beside him and put it away. Crime lab scientist Dale Quinn was an enthusiast who enjoyed his work, wore his hair in a ponytail and talked too fast.

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