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This Wedding Sponsored By...Posted on:October 31, 2017 at 11:56 AM
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.
Build the Future, You Say??Posted on:October 25, 2017 at 10:08 PM
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.
In China, Credit Scores Hack YouPosted on:October 3, 2017 at 04:51 PM
Give us more positive news, goshdarnit, George! Like maybe that there was an alien invasion that had finally ended all our petty squabbling and united us against a common foe…
Robots Rise, Humans DeclinePosted on:September 28, 2017 at 11:24 AM
We could soon have so much electricity from green power sources and other neat tricks that we’ll begin throwing it away like un-drunk bottled water or expired lettuce.
It’s a distributed futurePosted on:September 22, 2017 at 01:54 PM
It’s a distributed future. Beneath all the hype about global warming and other boogie monsters, people are working from the bottom up to to build a new world.
Filter Bubbles, Warring City-States and UtopiasPosted on:September 18, 2017 at 09:54 PM
Look forward to a world of city-states where people on the political left and people on the political right live separately. And maybe not just in separate mental spheres, telling themselves different stories about what’s happening in the world, but living in separate cities. Maybe even cities that are at war with each other, like in ancient Greece.
Introducing Monster Maelstrom: 24 Extremely Short Halloween Stories for your Briefest MomentsPosted on:October 20, 2016 at 08:33 AM
Looking for some short but high-quality entertainment over coffee or a snack? Grab Monster Maelstrom and fill your fleeting moments with 24 creepy and chuckle-inducing Halloween flash fiction tales. Just 5 minutes per engaging story
Meet the Bite-Sized Stories Anthology: 33 Indie Flash Fiction Tales for Stolen MomentsPosted on:September 24, 2016 at 02:03 PM
Got a few moments to kill over coffee or a snack? Grab the new Bite-Sized Stories anthology FREE and fill your stolen moments with 33 indie flash fiction tales. Just 5 minutes per story.