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Old 08-18-2008, 04:43 PM   #10
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Strictly speaking SF, I started out with Asimov, Clarke, van Vogt, Heinlein, Lem, Vance, Niven, Dick, eventually drifted into Rucker, Cadigan, Gibson, Sterling, and then fell into into Noon, Vinge, Stross, Doctorow, and beyond.

I don't know about replaced. Branching trees, not straight lines. But of the "classics", only Phil K. Dick gets re-read sometimes. Because he rocked so hard.

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