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"Daniel Verastiqui has an obsession with giving his characters great big heaping gobs of amazing technology, and then watching them screw themselves with it. Perion Synthetics takes that to a new level." - Travis Holmes

From the Author

The difference between a terrorist and a freedom fighter? Perspective.

The social media juggernauts of Facebook, Twitter, and Wuphf have come and gone, replaced by a unified stream of information. A new form of media has taken over, connecting you to the world through an electronic device you insert in your ear. It is known as a whisperer, and the picture it paints of the world depends on which feed you subscribe to.

Are you a jet-setting, new-money, conqueror of the boardroom? Then Banks Media Productions out of Los Angeles may be up your alley. Prefer the gritty synth scene and want nothing but the latest updates on the sexiest tech to hit the market that morning? Try Lincoln Continental, run by Lincoln Tate out of Umbra. If the West Coast is dead to you, try the superficial glitz and glamour of The White Line, run by Texas native Benny Coker out of Atlantic City.

Whichever you choose, try to remember that no media house is unbiased, and that they aren't selling you information--they're selling you perspective.