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Three for the price of one.

oakridge

I. A story after the apocalypse in which a man was sent with a group of 7 year olds into an underground well equipped cave for the duratio

And 2 set in England.

2.a story set in North Yorkshire also after the apocalypse where use is made of the North York Moors steam railway.
3. A story called Cimera.

Replies:   limab
Obliterous

for #3, could you be mispelling Chimera?

if so, take a look at the sole offering from Futurus.
https://storiesonline.net/a/Futurus

limab
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@oakridge

Big guy on a bike's Hard Winter seems to fit the keywords

reaver2860

1. Could be Hungry Aliens by Tinus
https://storiesonline.net/s/52377

oakridge

Sorry, I'm afraid my spelling on these tablet thingamijigs isn't too good
And thanks BigGuy on a Bike and futures are the right authors.
I have only just discovered this forum and I have struck gold instantly.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@oakridge

Sorry, I'm afraid my spelling on these tablet thingamijigs isn't too good
And thanks BigGuy on a Bike and futures are the right authors.


You think tablets are bad, try typing text on a smart phone. At least there are external keyboards (blue tooth) available for tablets. :)

Replies:   LonelyDad
LonelyDad

@Dominions Son

You think tablets are bad, try typing text on a smart phone. At least there are external keyboards (blue tooth) available for tablets. :)

I would be a pain to carry around, but a bluetooth keyboard should work with your phone as well. The make some small bluetooth keyboards that are about the size of a candy bar phone as well.

Replies:   madnige  Crumbly Writer
madnige

@LonelyDad

some small bluetooth keyboards


How about laser-projection virtual keyboards for full sized keys in a small package? I've seen them on eBay for about £20 (less than $30), though I'd guess the smaller ones would be more expensive.

Crumbly Writer
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@LonelyDad


I would be a pain to carry around, but a bluetooth keyboard should work with your phone as well. The make some small bluetooth keyboards that are about the size of a candy bar phone as well.

They also make some which project a complete keyboard on the table before you, so you type on the table itself (i.e. you can use it anywhere). Unfortunately, it's really not ready for prime time, as it's little more than novelty value. :(

Oops! Midnige already covered that!

I've always values the keyboard cases by Logitech, though they are also plastic keyboards you can use which roll-up, so they're easier to transport (easier to use with phones than a full-size keyboard).

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