E.B. White:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Elwyn Brooks White (b. 1899 - d. 1985) was an American author, humorist and poet. Born in Mount Vernon, NY, he graduated from Cornell in 1921. He wrote widely for news publications, including The Seattle Times and The New Yorker.

He is best known for his excellent children's books (in particular Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little), as well as The Elements of Style, a guide to writing.

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Anti-Tri-D Shot

The Morning of the Day They Did It (1950)

Diaheliper

The Morning of the Day They Did It (1950)

Space Platform

The Morning of the Day They Did It (1950)

Stratovideo (Television Plane) - line-of-sight communication

The Morning of the Day They Did It (1950)

Tri-D

The Morning of the Day They Did It (1950)


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