Dan Simmons:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Dan Simmons (b. 1948) is an American writer and elementary school teacher. His novel Hyperion (1989) won the Hugo award for Best Science Fiction Novel. He has also won the World Fantasy award for his first novel Song of Kali. He lives in Colorado, along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Can City - spinning space habitat

Hyperion (1989)

Credit Wake - credit card transaction blog

Hyperion (1989)

Cybrid - person as data terminal

Hyperion (1989)

Datumplane

Hyperion (1989)

Farcaster - step through to another planet

Hyperion (1989)

Fatline - FTL communication

Hyperion (1989)

Flat Photo

Hyperion (1989)

Free-fall Couch

Hyperion (1989)

Hawking Mat - okay, it's a flying carpet

Hyperion (1989)

Internet Addiction

Hyperion (1989)

Schrön Loop - ultimate portable data storage

Hyperion (1989)

TechnoCore

Hyperion (1989)

Treeship

Hyperion (1989)

Universal Card - every planet you want to be

Hyperion (1989)

Worldweb All Thing

Hyperion (1989)


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