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Em
25 July 2015 @ 09:48 am
The Advantages of Mind Reading
Rating: R for language and implied sex
Word Count: ~12,800 (in 2 parts)
Summary: An off-world mission just isn't the same if two members of the team don't wind up with nanites in their heads. . . .
Part 1
Part 2

A Loose Bolt in a Complete Machine
Rating: PG-13 for language and violence
Word Count: ~50,000 (in 5 parts)
Summary: SG-1 returns to Tekhne to extract Gerard, the inventor of the Vinculum (in Jack-speak, "internet in the brain"). But the mission goes south when Daniel is captured. It's a story about firefights, Ascension, figuring out your place after a long absence, and of course, being able to IM someone's brain.
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5

The Analog Myth
Rating: PG-13 for language and violence
Word Count: ~40,000 (in 4 parts)
Summary: While doing routine negations on a planet that might actually be able to help the SGC fight the Ori, SG-1 stumbles upon a familiar technology—the Vinculum, the nanite-based invention that gives the bearer internet-in-the-brain. How did this technology make it from Tekhne, the planet where Jack and Daniel were first exposed, to Aberdone? To make matters worse, the Aberdones have recently experienced a religious revolution and are worshipping a new god . . . one, unfortunately, well known to SG-1.
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
 
 
Em
10 July 2010 @ 07:48 am
Fandom: Stargate: SG-1
Title: The Analog Myth (4/4)
Author: Em
Rating: PG-13 for language and violence
Word Count: ~40,000 (in 4 parts)
Pairing: Jack/Daniel
Warning: (highlight to reveal) character death (original character)
Summary: While doing routine negations on a planet that might actually be able to help the SGC fight the Ori, SG-1 stumbles upon a familiar technology—the Vinculum, the nanite-based invention that gives the bearer internet-in-the-brain. How did this technology make it from Tekhne, the planet where Jack and Daniel were first exposed, to Aberdone? And since the SGC is negotiating with the Aberdones and forced to unseal the mission files for Tekhne, how long will it be before this invasive technology makes it to Earth? To make matters worse, the Aberdones have recently experienced a religious revolution and are worshipping a new god . . . one, unfortunately, well known to SG-1.

Notes: Some dialogue lifted from "Abyss."

Continued from Part 3.

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~Comments and feedback are better than reading your mind.
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Em
10 July 2010 @ 07:47 am
Fandom: Stargate: SG-1
Title: The Analog Myth (3/4)
Author: Em
Rating: PG-13 for language and violence
Word Count: ~40,000 (in 4 parts)
Pairing: Jack/Daniel
Warning: (highlight to reveal) character death (original character)
Summary: While doing routine negations on a planet that might actually be able to help the SGC fight the Ori, SG-1 stumbles upon a familiar technology—the Vinculum, the nanite-based invention that gives the bearer internet-in-the-brain. How did this technology make it from Tekhne, the planet where Jack and Daniel were first exposed, to Aberdone? And since the SGC is negotiating with the Aberdones and forced to unseal the mission files for Tekhne, how long will it be before this invasive technology makes it to Earth? To make matters worse, the Aberdones have recently experienced a religious revolution and are worshipping a new god . . . one, unfortunately, well known to SG-1.

Continued from Part 2.

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~Continued in Part 4.
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Em
10 July 2010 @ 07:46 am
Fandom: Stargate: SG-1
Title: The Analog Myth (2/4)
Author: Em
Rating: PG-13 for language and violence
Word Count: ~40,000 (in 4 parts)
Pairing: Jack/Daniel
Warning: (highlight to reveal) character death (original character)
Summary: While doing routine negations on a planet that might actually be able to help the SGC fight the Ori, SG-1 stumbles upon a familiar technology—the Vinculum, the nanite-based invention that gives the bearer internet-in-the-brain. How did this technology make it from Tekhne, the planet where Jack and Daniel were first exposed, to Aberdone? And since the SGC is negotiating with the Aberdones and forced to unseal the mission files for Tekhne, how long will it be before this invasive technology makes it to Earth? To make matters worse, the Aberdones have recently experienced a religious revolution and are worshipping a new god . . . one, unfortunately, well known to SG-1.

Continued from Part 1.

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~Continued in Part 3.
Back to Master Post.
 
 
Em
10 July 2010 @ 07:46 am
Fandom: Stargate: SG-1
Title: The Analog Myth (1/4)
Author: Em
Artist: ohliberty (pinch hit)
Vidder: brihana25
Rating: PG-13 for language and violence
Word Count: ~40,000 (in 4 parts)
Pairing: Jack/Daniel
Warning: (highlight to reveal) character death (original character)
Summary: While doing routine negations on a planet that might actually be able to help the SGC fight the Ori, SG-1 stumbles upon a familiar technology—the Vinculum, the nanite-based invention that gives the bearer internet-in-the-brain. How did this technology make it from Tekhne, the planet where Jack and Daniel were first exposed, to Aberdone? And since the SGC is negotiating with the Aberdones and forced to unseal the mission files for Tekhne, how long will it be before this invasive technology makes it to Earth? To make matters worse, the Aberdones have recently experienced a religious revolution and are worshipping a new god . . . one, unfortunately, well known to SG-1.

Notes: This is a sequel to The Advantages of Mind Reading and A Loose Bolt in a Complete Machine.
Some dialogue lifted from "Abyss" in Part 4.
Special thanks to my alpha and beta readers: green_grrl for cheerleading and betaing since the outline and lady_ganesh for providing a very thorough beta. Also special thanks to melayneseahawk and sopdetly for help taming out-of-control sentences.
written for stargate_summer
Recced: recced by green_grrl at stargateficrec

Enhanced Content
pinch hit fanart (coming soon) by ohliberty
Fanvid by brihana25

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~Continued in Part 2.
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Em
Fandom: Stargate: SG-1
Title: A Loose Bolt in a Complete Machine (5/5)
Author: Em
Rating: PG-13 for language and violence
Word Count: ~50,000 (in 5 parts)
Pairing: Jack/Daniel
Summary: SG-1 returns to Tekhne to extract Gerard, the inventor of the Vinculum (in Jack-speak, "internet in the brain"). But the mission goes south when Daniel is captured. Unable to remember where he is or what mission he was on, Daniel faces mental and physical abuse that threatens to break him. Can SG-1 rescue him before his mind completely cracks? Why is it Daniel they're after? And won't anyone believe that Jack's receiving messages from him?

Continued from Part 4.

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~Comments and feedback tighten my bolts.
~Return to Part 1.
 
 
Em
Fandom: Stargate: SG-1
Title: A Loose Bolt in a Complete Machine (4/5)
Author: Em
Rating: PG-13 for language and violence
Word Count: ~50,000 (in 5 parts)
Pairing: Jack/Daniel
Summary: SG-1 returns to Tekhne to extract Gerard, the inventor of the Vinculum (in Jack-speak, "internet in the brain"). But the mission goes south when Daniel is captured. Unable to remember where he is or what mission he was on, Daniel faces mental and physical abuse that threatens to break him. Can SG-1 rescue him before his mind completely cracks? Why is it Daniel they're after? And won't anyone believe that Jack's receiving messages from him?

Continued from Part 3.

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Em
Fandom: Stargate: SG-1
Title: A Loose Bolt in a Complete Machine (3/5)
Author: Em
Rating: PG-13 for language and violence
Word Count: ~50,000 (in 5 parts)
Pairing: Jack/Daniel
Summary: SG-1 returns to Tekhne to extract Gerard, the inventor of the Vinculum (in Jack-speak, "internet in the brain"). But the mission goes south when Daniel is captured. Unable to remember where he is or what mission he was on, Daniel faces mental and physical abuse that threatens to break him. Can SG-1 rescue him before his mind completely cracks? Why is it Daniel they're after? And won't anyone believe that Jack's receiving messages from him?

Continued from Part 2.

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~Continued in Part 4.
 
 
Em
Fandom: Stargate: SG-1
Title: A Loose Bolt in a Complete Machine (2/5)
Author: theemdash
Rating: PG-13 for language and violence
Word Count: ~50,000 (in 5 parts)
Pairing: Jack/Daniel
Summary: SG-1 returns to Tekhne to extract Gerard, the inventor of the Vinculum (in Jack-speak, "internet in the brain"). But the mission goes south when Daniel is captured. Unable to remember where he is or what mission he was on, Daniel faces mental and physical abuse that threatens to break him. Can SG-1 rescue him before his mind completely cracks? Why is it Daniel they're after? And won't anyone believe that Jack's receiving messages from him?

Continued from Part 1.

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~Continued in Part 3.
 
 
Em
Fandom: Stargate: SG-1
Title: A Loose Bolt in a Complete Machine (1/5)
Author: Em
Artist: theantimodel
Rating: PG-13 for language and violence
Word Count: ~50,000 (in 5 parts)
Pairing: Jack/Daniel
Summary: SG-1 returns to Tekhne to extract Gerard, the inventor of the Vinculum (in Jack-speak, "internet in the brain"). But the mission goes south when Daniel is captured. Unable to remember where he is or what mission he was on, Daniel faces mental and physical abuse that threatens to break him. Can SG-1 rescue him before his mind completely cracks? Why is it Daniel they're after? And won't anyone believe that Jack's receiving messages from him?

It's a story about firefights, Ascension, figuring out your place after a long absence, and of course, being able to IM someone's brain.
Notes: This is a sequel to The Advantages of Mind Reading, but can be read as a stand-alone story.
Special thanks to my alpha and beta readers: princessofg for cheerleading through the outline and drafting process, green_grrl for pushing for more, and momebie for once again not getting upset that I borrowed our OCs for fanfic.
written for stargate_summer
recced by green_grrl at stargateficrec

Enhanced Content
Fanart by theantimodel
[Fanmix] Half Doomed and Semi-Sweet by momebie



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~Continued in Part 2