At 08:03 PM 2/1/00 EST, Stirling Westrup wrote:
>In "The Bohr Maker", nanotechnology has been rigidly suppressed by terran
>authorities. The heroine accidently becomes infected with a rogue thought-
>controlled general-assembler called the 'bohr maker' and becomes a hunted
>fugitive. She eventually ends up living in a huge floating tree in space,
>hiding amongst a group of rogue genengineers. She eventually discovers
>entire tree is not only a living ship but also a sophisticated
>factory that makes anything 'man-portable' pale in comparison.
>I don't remember the authors of either book off-hand. There was also one
>read recently in which giant modified bees were used to build skyscrapers.
Linda Nagata wrote "The Bohr Maker"
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