by Cory Doctorow
by Cory Doctorow, Amanda Palmer et al.
by Cory Doctorow and Charles Stross
November 3, 2014 In his new book, Cory Doctorow shows creators how to survive in the digital age. He says the problem with copyright law is tech platforms have more control over content than the people who make it.
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June 30, 2013 Novels dealing in privacy-free futures aren't new. But they're rapidly becoming more relevant. Author Max Barry chooses three dystopian novels that are both thought-provoking and chillingly plausible. What's your favorite futuristic novel? Tell us in the comments.
September 6, 2012 Centuries into the future, cranky technophobe Huw gets dragged into a massive conspiracy after someone at a party infects him with a technological parasite. Rapture of the Nerds is the latest from science-fiction stars Charles Stross and Cory Doctorow, but it may be tough going for non-nerds.
February 24, 2012 Science fiction's job is to give us a map of where we're headed. From Jules Verne to William Gibson, sci-fi authors describe their visions of the future, and how people might live in it. We ask Intel's futurist for his list of favorite sci-fi books.
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