"...science fiction is sort of like a sociological genome. It's a huge range of possible futures, most of them useless; some vital. You never really know in advance."
Mary Sperling doesn't want the traffic control cameras to identify her vehicle as she leaves the highway. What to do?
See a slick newfangled idea for implementing the same idea in Daniel Suarez' 2009 novel Daemon - the digital ink license plate.
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'Can your Biltong print for more than a hundred people?'
Race Into The Future With Bionic Boots
'The tremendous loping strides afforded by such devices... '
Linux Robot Masters Automatic Charging
'Then it appeared to make up its mind, and trundled over to a wall socket...'
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Where are the robots who will pick up discarded clothes?
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'He would plug his foolscap-sized Newspad into the ship's information circuit'
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'Over a radius of several miles Sonya's raytron apparatus could direct its flight...'
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'People in Manhattan have replaced their Freedom Card with a radio-frequency chip about the size of a vitamin pill.'
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'You have this on Siwenna?'
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''...Food slot gave him flat reddish-brown bricks.'
Parrot Bebop Drone Pairs With Your Smartphone
'Over a radius of several miles Sonya's raytron apparatus could direct its flight [using] an image of all that the lens eye saw.'
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