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  1. Kevin Carter says:

    HAve you read Ready Player One? Seems like you would enjoy.

  2. Kaleberg says:

    It’s a lot like the old days of music, movies, television and radio. When something was playing, you got to see and/or hear it. When the band stopped playing it, the theaters stopped running it, the broadacasters stopped broadcasting it, then it was gone. I suppose it was like this with story tellers too, before writing and scrolls and books.

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