|Two-Way Communication (1966) [Short Story]|
by Christopher Anvil
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When The Cartwright Corporation developed a revolutionary receiver, some quirk in the manufacturing process meant that the listener could talk back to the person they were listening to...
First published in Analog, May 1966.
Original title: Two-Way Communication
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Hard Science→ Physics
This work is a subwork of the following works :
Rx For Chaos (2008) [Collection]
Author: Christopher Anvil