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    Will Strickland flipped switches, turned dials, and moved levers on the lighted control panel; the metal robot sitting at the far end of the living room stood up and walked ponderously toward him. Will’s fingers moved rapidly among the controls as he piloted the robot in a slow circle about the room.

    At last!

    He finally had the robot perfected to the point where it could walk more than six steps without falling on its chrome steel skull. …

    Read the rest of “Cyrano de Cybernet,” by Jerry Emerson Loomis in New Era, Jan.–Feb. 1981.

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    Photograph by Gerald Bybee