The Hat Club

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The Evolvit Smart 3D Printer/Scanner/Copier can scan and print 3-dimensional objects in a variety of materials including food and human cells, storing the resulting files on the AtomCloud. But what happens when three employees try scanning a drawing of a 4-dimensional object? The worldwide network of Evolvits start to take their revenge in unexpected ways. More
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About JC Mitchell

Having grown up in Long Beach, California, I spent a decade in Seattle and currently live in England, originally in Kent and now in Yorkshire. I acquired 28 years of experience in computer graphics programming and website design and 24 years of experience writing about coffee and beer.

I have contributed articles to local CAMRA publications, Tramlines, and SmellTheCoffee.Com. I have also written music reviews and blurbs for tourist attractions. I have appeared on local radio as Sheffield's resident American coffee aficionado. Among my many jobs I have worked on a research project on the Sheffield Flood of 1864. I have also been a digital photographer of antiques and of tourist attractions. I currently work in a university library.

Besides writing I also play piano and keyboards, I cartoon a bit, I walk a lot, and I'm pretty good at table tennis. I have a degree in Radio, TV, and Film Production with a minor in Music Composition and a diploma in Computer Programming, and I can speak a bit of Spanish, French, and Russian. And, of course, I am fluent in British, American, and Yorkshire English.

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Kimmer Guccione reviewed on July 2, 2017

The Hat Club

Find out what happens when Eve uses an Evolvit™ Smart 3D Printer/Scanner/Copier to scan a 2D drawing of an Impossible Trident, curious to see the printed 3D/4D object materialize. Does this confuse the Evolvit to the point of a software malfunction?

Witness the effects of the Evolvit printing mechanism gone haywire, which includes an episode with a perpetually expanding wedding doughnut that is reminiscent of the 1958 Science fiction/cult film The Blob. Be taken on a whirlwind journey that begins in SoCal USA; with stops made in Sheffield, England, the Falkland Islands, Redmond, Washington, and Boston, Massachusetts, among others places. Will the Hat Club members be able to stop the chaos and impending doom? Or, is a dystopian future inevitable.

The gentle absurdist humor of JC Mitchell’s "The Hat Club" is reminiscent of the writing of Douglas Adams, Kurt Vonnegut, and Tim Robbins. I enjoyed it immensely.

Kimmer Guccione
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
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