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  • Robert J. Sawyer
    Hi, Paul. I am indeed the science-fiction writer Robert J. Sawyer. SEARCH was a big influence on me (I was 12 when it first aired), as I discuss in this
    Message 1 of 12 , Sep 16 8:48 PM
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      Hi, Paul. I am indeed the science-fiction writer Robert J. Sawyer.

      SEARCH was a big influence on me (I was 12 when it first aired), as I
      discuss in this autobiography from Gale Research's CONTEMPORARY
      AUTHORS here (scroll down until you see the SEARCH logo):

      http://sfwriter.com/gale.htm

      And, in honor of SEARCH, I have an information theorist and vision
      specialist named "Kuroda" in my new novel WAKE (currently being
      serialized in ANALOG magazine, starting with the November issue, which
      is out now, and coming in book form in April 2009).

      Oh, and staring at me as I write these words is the terrific replica
      PROBE scanner I bought off eBay from group member Mike (kc8nqa) --
      I've got it positioned just to the left of one of my monitors. :)

      All best wishes!

      Rob

      ===

      ROBERT J. SAWYER, Science Fiction Writer
      Hugo Award winner for HOMINIDS
      Nebula winner for THE TERMINAL EXPERIMENT
      http://sfwriter.com * sawyer@...

      --- In probe_control@yahoogroups.com, "Paul Holmes" <paulholm@...> wrote:
      >
      > Curiosity note, you're not the SF author, are you?
      >
      > Paul Holmes
      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Robert J. Sawyer
      > To: probe_control@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2008 9:21 PM
      > Subject: [probe_control] MP3 of Search theme music?
      >
      >
      > Anybody have an MP3 of the SEARCH theme music (and/or the longer PROBE
      > pilot version)?
      >
      > Cheers,
      >
      > Rob
    • actingman6@gmail.com
      Okay, let s see...I am currently into my 2002 issues of Analog, so I should get to enjoy your story in...ah...2014. Could be worse...I am only into the 2000
      Message 2 of 12 , Sep 17 7:44 AM
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        Okay, let's see...I am currently into my 2002 issues of Analog, so I should
        get to enjoy your story in...ah...2014.

        Could be worse...I am only into the 2000 issues of F&SF.

        On a more serious note Rob:

        As a writer of that arm of fiction that looks at the influences of
        technology on sentient existence, what thoughts have you, as the adult
        thinking writer, had about the kind of stories Search might have done within
        the framework of a weekly television series...had they tried to embrace the
        technological aspect of the format, rather then run away from it. Or was it
        too much to ask for 48 minutes (or less) of action adventure detective
        stories?

        On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 11:48 PM, Robert J. Sawyer
        <robertjsawyer@...>wrote:

        > Hi, Paul. I am indeed the science-fiction writer Robert J. Sawyer.
        >
        > SEARCH was a big influence on me (I was 12 when it first aired), as I
        > discuss in this autobiography from Gale Research's CONTEMPORARY
        > AUTHORS here (scroll down until you see the SEARCH logo):
        >
        > http://sfwriter.com/gale.htm
        >
        > And, in honor of SEARCH, I have an information theorist and vision
        > specialist named "Kuroda" in my new novel WAKE (currently being
        > serialized in ANALOG magazine, starting with the November issue, which
        > is out now, and coming in book form in April 2009).
        >
        > Oh, and staring at me as I write these words is the terrific replica
        > PROBE scanner I bought off eBay from group member Mike (kc8nqa) --
        > I've got it positioned just to the left of one of my monitors. :)
        >
        > All best wishes!
        >
        > Rob
        >
        > ===
        >
        > ROBERT J. SAWYER, Science Fiction Writer
        > Hugo Award winner for HOMINIDS
        > Nebula winner for THE TERMINAL EXPERIMENT
        > http://sfwriter.com * sawyer@... <sawyer%40sfwriter.com>
        >


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      • Paul Holmes
        Robert, Excellent, I avidly read and retain both action and SF, with a paperback collection in the thousands, to include all Ace first run Perry Rhodan through
        Message 3 of 12 , Sep 17 9:06 AM
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          Robert,

          Excellent, I avidly read and retain both action and SF, with a paperback collection in the thousands, to include all Ace first run Perry Rhodan through the end and a late 60's era set of all the E.E Doc Smith prints at the time. I usually read 6 or 7 books a month on the slow months. I have noticed your books on the shelf and was intrigued over Hominids, but it's been just off my budget list. I need to pick one up and check it out.

          It's really neat how an eclectic group we, in the Probe group, are.

          Paul






          ----- Original Message -----
          From: Robert J. Sawyer
          To: probe_control@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2008 10:48 PM
          Subject: [probe_control] Re: MP3 of Search theme music?


          Hi, Paul. I am indeed the science-fiction writer Robert J. Sawyer.

          SEARCH was a big influence on me (I was 12 when it first aired), as I
          discuss in this autobiography from Gale Research's CONTEMPORARY
          AUTHORS here (scroll down until you see the SEARCH logo):

          http://sfwriter.com/gale.htm

          And, in honor of SEARCH, I have an information theorist and vision
          specialist named "Kuroda" in my new novel WAKE (currently being
          serialized in ANALOG magazine, starting with the November issue, which
          is out now, and coming in book form in April 2009).

          Oh, and staring at me as I write these words is the terrific replica
          PROBE scanner I bought off eBay from group member Mike (kc8nqa) --
          I've got it positioned just to the left of one of my monitors. :)

          All best wishes!

          Rob

          ===

          ROBERT J. SAWYER, Science Fiction Writer
          Hugo Award winner for HOMINIDS
          Nebula winner for THE TERMINAL EXPERIMENT
          http://sfwriter.com * sawyer@...

          --- In probe_control@yahoogroups.com, "Paul Holmes" <paulholm@...> wrote:
          >
          > Curiosity note, you're not the SF author, are you?
          >
          > Paul Holmes
          >
          > ----- Original Message -----
          > From: Robert J. Sawyer
          > To: probe_control@yahoogroups.com
          > Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2008 9:21 PM
          > Subject: [probe_control] MP3 of Search theme music?
          >
          >
          > Anybody have an MP3 of the SEARCH theme music (and/or the longer PROBE
          > pilot version)?
          >
          > Cheers,
          >
          > Rob





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        • Geoff Willmetts
          Hello Rob Doesn t his scanners actually work?? Better test it with an alastion. :-) Geoff********* GF Willmetts **************************** Commissioning
          Message 4 of 12 , Sep 17 11:18 AM
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            Hello Rob

            Doesn't his scanners actually work?? Better test it with an alastion. :-)

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            To: probe_control@yahoogroups.comFrom: robertjsawyer@...: Wed, 17 Sep 2008 03:48:25 +0000Subject: [probe_control] Re: MP3 of Search theme music?




            Hi, Paul. I am indeed the science-fiction writer Robert J. Sawyer.SEARCH was a big influence on me (I was 12 when it first aired), as Idiscuss in this autobiography from Gale Research's CONTEMPORARYAUTHORS here (scroll down until you see the SEARCH logo):http://sfwriter.com/gale.htmAnd, in honor of SEARCH, I have an information theorist and visionspecialist named "Kuroda" in my new novel WAKE (currently beingserialized in ANALOG magazine, starting with the November issue, whichis out now, and coming in book form in April 2009).Oh, and staring at me as I write these words is the terrific replicaPROBE scanner I bought off eBay from group member Mike (kc8nqa) --I've got it positioned just to the left of one of my monitors. :)All best wishes!Rob===ROBERT J. SAWYER, Science Fiction WriterHugo Award winner for HOMINIDSNebula winner for THE TERMINAL EXPERIMENThttp://sfwriter.com * sawyer@...--- In probe_control@yahoogroups.com, "Paul Holmes" <paulholm@...> wrote:>> Curiosity note, you're not the SF author, are you?> > Paul Holmes> > ----- Original Message ----- > From: Robert J. Sawyer > To: probe_control@yahoogroups.com > Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2008 9:21 PM> Subject: [probe_control] MP3 of Search theme music?> > > Anybody have an MP3 of the SEARCH theme music (and/or the longer PROBE> pilot version)? > > Cheers,> > Rob





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          • Robert J. Sawyer
            ... should get to enjoy your story in...ah...2014. Well, you ll get to my latest story by then, perhaps, but I do also have a novella in the November 2002
            Message 5 of 12 , Sep 17 12:20 PM
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              --- In probe_control@yahoogroups.com, actingman6@... wrote:
              >
              > Okay, let's see...I am currently into my 2002 issues of Analog, so I
              should get to enjoy your story in...ah...2014.

              Well, you'll get to my latest story by then, perhaps, but I do also
              have a novella in the November 2002 ANALOG (called "Ineluctable"),
              which won Canada's Aurora Award for best short story of the year. :)

              (I have had over half a million words of fiction in ANALOG, although
              most of it has been novel serializations.)

              As for what SEARCH might have done -- I actually think they did a
              phenomenally good job of portraying the notion of ubiquitous
              computing, and being always online, and having the world at your
              fingertips. Yes, Cam and his team served as human intermediaries, but
              the notion that a man walking around anywhere in the world could
              simply ask a question and have the answer delivered almost at once was
              indeed quite prescient.

              I also like to talk about SEARCH when I talk about human
              consciousness, because it's very much a Cartesian theater metaphor:
              Cam is the homunculus inside Lockwood's head, seeing what he sees and
              giving orders that he follows. Very cool. :)

              Rob


              ===

              ROBERT J. SAWYER, Science Fiction Writer
              *** Hugo Award winner for HOMINIDS ***
              http://sfwriter.com * sawyer@...
            • jack_bagley@yahoo.com
              I m actually afraid to mention that I, too, have a couple of SF novels out there. In the presence of Mr. Sawyer, my work simply doesn t measure up. It is a
              Message 6 of 12 , Sep 17 5:41 PM
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                I'm actually afraid to mention that I, too, have a couple of SF novels out there. In the presence of Mr. Sawyer, my work simply doesn't measure up. It is a real privilege to meet you, sir.

                Jack
                Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T

                -----Original Message-----
                From: "Paul Holmes" <paulholm@...>

                Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2008 11:06:26
                To: <probe_control@yahoogroups.com>
                Subject: Re: [probe_control] Re: MP3 of Search theme music?


                Robert,

                Excellent, I avidly read and retain both action and SF, with a paperback collection in the thousands, to include all Ace first run Perry Rhodan through the end and a late 60's era set of all the E.E Doc Smith prints at the time. I usually read 6 or 7 books a month on the slow months. I have noticed your books on the shelf and was intrigued over Hominids, but it's been just off my budget list. I need to pick one up and check it out.

                It's really neat how an eclectic group we, in the Probe group, are.

                Paul






                ----- Original Message -----
                From: Robert J. Sawyer
                To: probe_control@yahoogroups.com
                Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2008 10:48 PM
                Subject: [probe_control] Re: MP3 of Search theme music?


                Hi, Paul. I am indeed the science-fiction writer Robert J. Sawyer.

                SEARCH was a big influence on me (I was 12 when it first aired), as I
                discuss in this autobiography from Gale Research's CONTEMPORARY
                AUTHORS here (scroll down until you see the SEARCH logo):

                http://sfwriter.com/gale.htm

                And, in honor of SEARCH, I have an information theorist and vision
                specialist named "Kuroda" in my new novel WAKE (currently being
                serialized in ANALOG magazine, starting with the November issue, which
                is out now, and coming in book form in April 2009).

                Oh, and staring at me as I write these words is the terrific replica
                PROBE scanner I bought off eBay from group member Mike (kc8nqa) --
                I've got it positioned just to the left of one of my monitors. :)

                All best wishes!

                Rob

                ===

                ROBERT J. SAWYER, Science Fiction Writer
                Hugo Award winner for HOMINIDS
                Nebula winner for THE TERMINAL EXPERIMENT
                http://sfwriter.com * sawyer@...

                --- In probe_control@yahoogroups.com, "Paul Holmes" <paulholm@...> wrote:
                >
                > Curiosity note, you're not the SF author, are you?
                >
                > Paul Holmes
                >
                > ----- Original Message -----
                > From: Robert J. Sawyer
                > To: probe_control@yahoogroups.com
                > Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2008 9:21 PM
                > Subject: [probe_control] MP3 of Search theme music?
                >
                >
                > Anybody have an MP3 of the SEARCH theme music (and/or the longer PROBE
                > pilot version)?
                >
                > Cheers,
                >
                > Rob





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