Big Jelly by Rudy Rucker (w/B. Sterling):
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Enjoyable story is a pastiche of Silicon Valley start-up and Big Oil manipulation. Tug's artificial jellyfish algorithms come to life in a mysterious jelly-like substance found in depleted oil wells. This story is has some similarities to Dean Koontz' 1983 novel Phantoms. Find more works by Rudy Rucker and Bruce Sterling. Select an invention:

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