My Name is Legion by Roger Zelazny:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

A collection of novellas about a man who does not exist. A member of the project that gathered data about every person on Earth for a single database, he elected to be an unperson. He can be whoever he wants to be, and in this capacity he does contract work for a detective agency with unusual clients. Select an invention:

Bubble City

Hangman - robot telefactor

Neuristor Brain

RUMOKO - island builder

Smother-Charge

Sonic Curtain (Sound Lock) - undersea door

 

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