Science Fiction in the News Articles
Related to material in Heretics of Dune
by Frank Herbert

Ten thousand years have passed since the time of Dune; the planet Rakis is now returning to desert. The Bene Gesserit, patient as always in their ambitions that span millenia, plot to control the future and themselves.

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National Archives And Dune's House Records
   Who's thought about records spanning milennia? Frank Herbert, that's who.

Immortal Computing - Microsoft's 'House Records'
   Interesting patent troll by Microsoft reveals an interest in the history of computers and digital information.

The Digital Dark Age And Bene Gesserit House Records
   Fortunately, Frank Herbert has given us a glimpse of what this future will be like.

Read/Write Brain Electrodes Handier Now
   Prototypes can simultaneously read and stimulate brain neurons - smart neurological implant systems coming right up.

Conservation Of Tweets
   Think carefully when you tweet - future generations are waiting for your 140 character masterpieces.

Vint Cerf's 'Digital Dark Age' Vs. George Orwell's
   'You could never consult Archival Records in a straightforward manner.'- Frank Herbert, 1984.

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