William Tenn:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
William Tenn was the pseudonym of Philip Klass (1920 - 2010), a science fiction author born in London. He grew up in Brooklyn, and served during WWII as a combat engineer in Europe. He started writing stories while working at Bell Labs as a technical editor. He taught English and comparative literature at Penn State University for 24 years.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Butler-Valet Robot

The Jester (1951)

Flavor-Fix Rheostat - perfect flavor every time

The Jester (1951)

Meson Filter - a robotic sense of humor

The Jester (1951)

Robot Comedian - laughs at its own jokes

The Jester (1951)

Teledar - 3D TV

The Jester (1951)

Variable Modifier - snicker or belly laugh

The Jester (1951)

Vocalex Kitchen - auto eats

The Jester (1951)


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