Earth Made of Glass by John Barnes:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

This book is a sequel to A Million Open Doors; it is a novel of a distant human future. Human beings inhabit hundreds of planets scattered around the galaxy; they have lost touch with each other over the millenia. After long cultural and economic isolation, someone needs to help these different cultures learn to live with each other. Select an invention:

Concrete Boxes - U-Stor-U

Emblok - MP3 player for memories

Psypyx - will your memories wind up on Kazaa?

 

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Airport Security Now Using Predator-Style Heat Vision Helmets
re: Various
(11/23/2020)

'Black Friday' Online Shopping - In 1899!
re: HG Wells
(11/21/2020)

DARPA's Virtual Caves Explored By Virtual Robots
re: Ridley Scott
(11/19/2020)

Glass Dome Cities On Mars, Dreamed By Elon Musk
re: HG Wells
(11/17/2020)

Kuka Robot 'Heidi' Paints With Artificial Intelligence
re: Isaac Asimov
(11/15/2020)

Looking Glass Display Good Enough For Science Fiction, Fantasy
re: Roger Zelazny
(11/13/2020)

Do You Need The Entire Fembot? Maybe Just The Hand
re: Fritz Lieber
(11/11/2020)

3D Printing With Sunlight And Sand
re: John W. Campbell
(11/9/2020)

Samsung Gets Transparent Smartphone Patent
re: HG Wells
(11/7/2020)

Monkey Gets A Bigger Brain, Thanks To Human Gene
re: Philip K. Dick
(11/5/2020)

Solar Power Beamed From Space Studied By Brit Boffins
re: Murray Leinster
(11/3/2020)

Pandemic Entrepreneurs! Consider Robo Esso Robot Barista
re: Alfred Bester
(11/1/2020)

Shape-Shifting Robot From MIT
re: Samuel R. Delany
(10/29/2020)

Tesla's 20,000 Superchargers
re: John Jacob Astor IV
(10/27/2020)

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