To Arthur C. Clarke who died today.
Thank you Mr. Clarke for
years of reading enjoyment.
Too bad the MSM as usual can’t get their
Clarke’s best-known novel, “2001: A
Space Odyssey,” became the basis of
the 1968 film of the same name, directed by Stanley Kubrick. The film
and the book elevated the plot’s mentally unbalanced computer, HAL
9000, into the pantheon of great fictional characters.
Sorry it was a short story and it was
called “The Sentinel.
Via Jeffrey Overstreet.