Philip K. Dick:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Philip K. Dick was born in Chicago in 1928; he died of heart failure in 1982. He won the Hugo for The Man in the High Castle and the John Campbell award for Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said. Many of his short stories have been made into movies; Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? (Bladerunner) and We Can Remember It For You Wholesale (Total Recall).
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Web (Data Network) - remarkable first use

Souvenir (1954)

Weightless Work Area - the ideal workbench

Galactic Pot-Healer (1969)

Win-Reducing Gambling Circuit - very sneaky

Return Match (1967)

Word Tab - find out more info.

Cantata 140 (1964)

Worldcraft Bubble

The Trouble With Bubbles (1953)

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