A collection of short stories
about nanotech. Not bad at all. The authors and stories are:
Blood Music by Greg Bear - Intelligent blood cells? A longer novel version of this story exits with a much different ending.
Margin of Error by Nancy Kress - What price immortality? Just remember the frog in the boiling pot.
Axiomatic by Greg Egan. - If you could change your very system of belief with software, would you? And to what?
Remember'd Kisses by Michael Flynn - Grief and science is a not a good combination. Some interesting ideas about the nature of DNA in this one.
Recording Angel by Ian McDonald - What would aliens do with nanotechnology? Could we even begin to understand?
Sunflowers by Kathleen Goonan - Strange story about coming to terms with grief.
The Logic Pool by Stephen Baxter - We may use evolutionary techniques for software, but we forget that evolution created us and our consciousness. What will we create?
Any Major Dude by Paul Filippo - Nanotech's going to make some changes in government. Oh yes indeed.
We Were Out of Our Minds with Joy by David Marusek - Wicked, wicked far future tale of ... a child?
Willy in the Nano-Lab by Geoffrey Landis - Cute little poem about grey goo.