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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(3/28/2019)

Seabreacher, H.G. Winter's 1939 Torpoon
re: HG Winters
(3/25/2019)

Abundant Robotics Autonomous Apple Harvester Robot
re: Otfrid von Hanstein
(3/22/2019)

Charging An Electric Car In 2019 (Video), 1912 (Photo) And 1894 (Fiction)
re: John Jacob Astor IV
(3/19/2019)

Japan Uses Explosives On Asteroid
re: EC Tubb
(3/16/2019)

Get Your Speeder Flying Motorcycle From Jetpack Aviation
re: Larry Niven
(3/13/2019)

FLIR Black Hornet 3 Palm-sized Drone
re: Raymond Z. Gallun
(3/11/2019)

Dockworkers Protest Driverless Trucks
re: Philip K. Dick
(3/9/2019)

Flying Car Concept By Kash Sirinanda
re: Neal Stephenson
(3/7/2019)

Unfurl The Future! Huawei Mate X versus Galaxy Fold
re: William Gibson
(3/5/2019)

Amazon Echo And Google Home Should Have Morality Software
re: Kendall Foster Crossen
(3/3/2019)

China Building Robot Wives
re: Alice W. Fuller
(3/1/2019)

China Social Credit System Like State-Run Whuffie
re: Cory Doctorow
(2/27/2019)

Project Soli Radar Gesture Chip Now FCC Approved
re: Philip K. Dick
(2/25/2019)

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