Machine of Death, in real life

A couple of weeks ago, I received my copy of Machine of Death.  I did not receive an actual machine, but a collection of short stories about a machine that accurately predicts how you will die.  Not when.  Not where.  Not even exactly how.  Just a vaguely fortune-cookie-style how, usually with an unforeseen ironic twist.  In fact, … Continue reading Machine of Death, in real life


Please note that all blog posts before 8 April 2007 were automatically imported from LiveJournal.  To see the comments and any LiveJournal-specific extras such as polls and user icons, please find the source posting at that the puzzle trail has been announced and completed, I figured it would be okay to post the details of … Continue reading SecretDNA