"The Best Technology Writing 2010 is a thought-provoking smorgasbord of technological delights."--PopMatters
The impact of digital technology dominates this excellent collection of essays. As Dibbell points out, we now rely so much on digital devices, from BlackBerrys to iPads, that "we're all cyborgs now".
(P.D. Smith The Guardian
"The Best Technology Writing 2010 is full of good stories. . . . Julian Dibbell has chosen well."—Alan Jacobs, Books & Culture
(Alan Jacobs Books & Culture
“Julian Dibbell has taken the widest possible view of what technology is, which is a wise move indeed. Mixed in with writing about Facebook and erasure of an online identity are articles about the design of a stove that might be economical, efficient and sustainable, and an attempt to overcome the fear of flying."—Kel Munger, Colorado Springs Independent
(Kel Munger Colorado Springs Independent
About the Author
Julian Dibbell is a contributing editor at Wired Magazine and the author of the books Play Money: Or, How I Quit My Day Job and Made Millions Trading Virtual Loot and My Tiny Life: Crime and Passion in a Virtual World.