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Great Job, Internet!: Wired guest editor President Obama puts together the ultimate sci-fi marathon

The presidential election is now less than a month out—despite what Donald Trump tweets. The changing of the guard in January will leave President Barack Obama with a lot of time on his hands. Our current Commander In Chief’s plans for retirement include spending some time in Washington, D.C., though not in politics. But he has shown some interest in publishing—he’s serving as guest editor for Wired this week.
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