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Great bargain, even if it's digital version: the complete colection of Jules Verne on Kndle for USD 1.15

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For the #infographic nerds amongst us, I did a Q&A with Chris Noessel of Sci-Fi Interfaces about his amazing creation, Untold AI. The infographic is amazing and Chris shared some great insights on the portrayal of A.I. on TV and Film.

http://bit.ly/Untold_AI

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New essay on design and architecture in science fiction. Are we finally seeing a new aesthetic emerge after a 30+ year run for Cyberpunk? I had several architectural experts with scifi credentials weigh in as well.

http://bit.ly/SciFiArchitecture

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Future Shock Episode 14 - Ex Vivo Provision
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijS1RfOk270
With minimal sunlight recycling and food production technologies are tightly coupled and few realise the shocking implications.
Future Shock series 2 continues the original cyberpunk SciFi machinima series by exploring the events of series 1 from the rebels point of view. It tells a story of a dark and terrifying dystopian future dominated by technology and where real life and virtual worlds intertwine.

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If you like a heavy dose of science in your science fiction, I just did a Q&A you might enjoy. I spoke with Rebecca Wilbanks, PhD, a Hecht-Levi postdoctoral fellow at the Berman Institute of Bioethics, and a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of the History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins.

She's also a serious student of science fiction. We talked about synthetic biology and how it's portrayed in shows like Westworld and the Blade Runner movies.

https://medium.com/adjacent-possible/rebecca-wilbanks-phd-on-synthetic-biology-and-biology-as-a-technology-platform-cfe68ee8cd4b

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Unpublished J.R.R. Tolkien Book to be Published This Year
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