I just heard on one of the email lists I belong to that Arthur C. Clarke has passed away. When I was first introduced to science fiction back in the Sixties by my brother-in-law, he considered the three big names of the genre to be Robert A. Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, and Arthur C. Clarke. I read a great deal by all of them and liked most of it. Clarke was never as much a favorite of mine as Heinlein and Asimov, but I always thought he was a fine writer and still occasionally read one of his novels. And he was the author of "The Nine Billion Names of God", which I consider a great short story. I'm sorry to hear that he's gone.
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