Murphy’s War

The Human race has been asking itself “How will it all end?” practically since it all began. But even as our illustrious leaders order the buttons to be pressed for the Big One, the computers entrusted to carry out the apocalypse seem determined to keep us wondering.
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Written by James P. Hogan
Narrated by TD-0013

Promo
A Different Point of View
http://www.adpov.net/

Jack Palms Crime
http://www.sethharwood.com

Nocturnal
http://scottsigler.net

UltraCreatives Interviews
http://jchutchins.net

Murphy’s War
Copyright 2008 James P. Hogan
http://www.jamesphogan.com/

Variant Frequencies
Copyright 2008 Rick Stringer and Matt Wallace
http://www.variantfrequencies.com

Comments

  1. February 27th, 2008 | 9:10 pm

    I was surprised to hear such a lighthearted, optimistic piece from VF. Not your usual fare. Things are usually quite a bit grittier.

    That’s not to say that I didn’t like it, however, once it got rolling.

    On the other hand, I think you went into too many promos at the end.

    (you may also want to check on TD’s link, it’s not adpov.com)

  2. February 27th, 2008 | 9:33 pm

    Thanks Nobilis. I’ve fixed the link.

    We really appreciate the comments. We do like to have variety in our stories.

    Yeah, I know we had a lot of promos in this one, but they were all for podcasts that we enjoy and want to support. They are all excellent.

  3. February 29th, 2008 | 6:11 pm

    Glad to hear you back. I enjoyed this latest story, too. Looking forward to more as always.

    Best wishes!

  4. March 7th, 2008 | 7:05 pm

    […] Variant Frequencies – Murphy’s War This was a lot of work for me, and I ended up recording it, not once, but twice.  The first go at it was horrible on my part, and I felt that the story, and the folks at Variant Frequencies deserved much better, so I took another swing.  I think it’s a hit, but I’ll let you decide.  Just remember to leave comments on their site, huh?  I was honored to be part of such an amazingly good podcast, as I’ve been a big fan of them since I got hooked by “the Failed Cities Monologes“.  You owe to yourself to not only check them out, but subscribe to their feed.  It’s good. […]

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