My employer doesn’t have good access to any of the fulltext databases with literature stuff (like MUSE or JSTOR). While it looks like this might get rectified in the next while, I am not going to be able to get my hands on this article.
Which, in case you’re lazy, is titled “The Singularity Ate My Homework and Other Reasons I Can’t Predict the Future” by Ariel Mameon. It was published in the New York Review of Science Fiction back in 2004, is apparently available in the Texas A&M database. Or am I misunderstanding the listing?
I’m wanting a look at it for academic purposes. If anyone has access to it, I’d love a copy, or even just the gist — is it a review of a Stross novel, or something else? I’ll even send you frightful Korean snacks in exchange, if you like. (Or less-exciting nice ones, if you prefer.)