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Mona
September 8th, 2014

Mona is one of the best ideas to come out of fiction in quite awhile, and Swedish author Dan Sehlberg shows a much more nuanced knowledge of computers and cyberwarfare than a run-of-the-mill thriller author just throwing a cool buzzword around.

Her
April 27th, 2014

One of the film’s strengths is in not casting judgment on the characters – you’ll find yourself equally fascinated and repulsed by people who can so seamlessly let technology take the place of real people entirely on your own view.


Lullaby
May 23rd, 2015

A teenage boy named Rene sits with his identical twin brother Theo in hospital, the latter in a coma he likely won’t awaken from. Rene is taken away and interviewed by psychologist Maggie to determine his emotional suitability for a procedure that’s hinted at but not explained until the big reveal.

The Body Plastic
October 10th, 2012

Search for ‘bionics’ on the web and you’ll find a huge array of electronic devices that attach to injured, diseased or otherwise damaged bodies. Exoskeleton legs that look like robotic sci-fi warriors give paraplegics the power to walk. A procedure that re-routes muscles from a severed arm into chest muscles can give an amputee control over an artificial arm simply by thinking about it.


Survival of the Nicest
November 8th, 2014

some writers have recently begun to wonder if Dawkins’ appraisal of evolution is too simplistic. Sex At Dawn by Christopher Ryan and Calcida Jetha in 2010 claimed the human pair bond instinct is a construct of agriculture and private property, suggesting that our ancestors lived in a time of resource and sexual plenty

Hack-proof data from any light source
April 16th, 2012

Data already travels by light – through fibre optic cables that transmit signals around the world. The system replicates the one/zero nature of computer data by switching the light on or off.






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