Work in Science Fiction
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Name

Author (Publication Date)

William Gibson (1988)
John Brunner (1963)
Larry Niven (1970)
Rudy Rucker (1984)
William Gibson (1996)
Neal Stephenson (1992)
Nat Schachner (1941)
William Gibson (1999)
Philip K. Dick (1959)
Frank Herbert (1972)

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Apple Idea Accelerator (tm) Coming!
Designed to accelerate idea creation, the Apple Campus 2 is a cyclotron of innovation!
(re: Various, 12/7/2011 )
Business Leaders Brain-Scanned
The world of work will never be the same; business leaders distinguished by brain scan.
(re: Philip K. Dick, 11/21/2010 )
EmoBracelet Warns Traders Of Bad Decisions
Should you be making decisions right now, given your emotional state? Philips, the electronics corporation, now has some real-life tech for you.
(re: Various, 10/15/2009 )
ATMs Fight Back With Pepper Spray
Autonomous cash machine can decide whether you get money - or the hot stuff.
(re: William Gibson, 7/19/2009 )
DubMeNow Business Cards Update Magically
Interesting concept for exchanging virtual business cards that opens a link between you, allowing auto-updated information. With video.
(re: Neal Stephenson, 2/21/2009 )
Computer Built Into Desk Concept
This is a great design concept, especially since it seems to involve almost no actual Photoshopping; John Brunner did a better job with the concept forty years ago.
(re: John Brunner, 5/25/2008 )
Gattaca Put Off A Few Years
The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 is a good thing to have around.
(re: Andrew Niccol, 4/27/2008 )
World of Warcraft School of Business
Nothing like a teamwork simulation to help you succeed in business.
(re: Frank Herbert, 12/14/2007 )
Retrotastic Mobile Office Of The Future
Nifty office concept; still looks a bit retro.
(re: Various, 4/22/2006 )
Diebold ATM Crashes, Dispenses Tunes - Not Money
A Diebold ATM crashed on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University, and then rebooted without bringing up the ATM software, alarming financial institutions and Americans concerned about e-voting alike.
(re: William Gibson, 3/19/2004 )

 

 

 

 

 

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