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Where the Light Gets In

The Occult Roots of Computing

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Where the Light Gets In at The Miller

Al Robertson will talk about how the weird pervades modern technology, as a jumping-off point for a discussion about how myth, magic and unreason might force themselves into the futures we're all building.

A London Fortean Society event.

Al says "I'm a writer, poet and occasional musician. I've published two novels with Gollancz. My first book, Crashing Heaven is about an accountant of the future, a psychotic virtual ventriloquist's dummy and the sentient corporations who are persecuting them both. It was followed by a stand-alone sequel, Waking Hell, in which the past attacks and only a dead estate agent can save us."

  • 8pm
  • 5 (conc 2)

The Miller
96 Snowsfields, London, SE1 3SS
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