How easy it was for a Russian company to manipulate Americans through social media during the last US presidential election. People are furious about it. For a $200 spend, they got opposing sides to protest each other in a small Texas town. Their ads reached 146 million people on Facebook. Twitter drooled to sell them a 15% reach of their users.
The future of work is cooking, cleaning and caring for the infirm. No more steel workers, no more retail clerks, no more autoworkers. It’s just nurse’s assistants, personal aides, wind turbine maintenance guys and software developers.
While you endure the North Korea nuclear tests, the rip-out-your-throat battles for political hegemony and the desperate unknown of whether Katy Perry wants her ex back or not, it’s good to remember one thing.
Anthologies are, like promos, giveaways, mailing lists and ads, an essential tool in my marketing plan. So, I’m doing more of them in 2018, both as an editor and a contributor. Here are the ones I’ll be organizing. I’d very much like to work with you on them.
Intrepid, She Blasted, the third libertarian science fiction anthology in the There Will Be Liberty series is now open for submissions. I would love to work with you to publish your story. Here are the details and requirements.
What if we turned society inside out and made the internet the center, the starting point of everything?
When data breaches for every adult is just “a part of life,” and teenagers are materializing new forms of money out of thin air daily, it’s time for the rest of us to get hacking.