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Spyware Mass Market Paperback – October 2, 2007
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Then again, I've mentioned that before in several different reviews I've written.
But, fact is, it's all dependant on how things are packaged, how the particular author meshes all these ideas into a single storyline.
Not even the ideas I've had for various books or stories are original. They're all just variants of something we've seen before. Does it mean that they wouldn't be well accepted? I certainly hope that's not the case, but I do realize that there will always be someone who'll point at a particular piece of work and say `I've seen that before' or `I've read that story elsewhere'.
Again, it's all in the execution.
Look also at just how much technology has changed over the past twenty years. I've heard a commercial on the radio that stated `for $1000 name five different ways of communicating'. Twenty years ago, it would be difficult. Today, you could easily name far more than five ways.
I think that the biggest impact to technology have been the Internet and personal communication devices (cellular phones to be exact). These two technological leaps for our species have opened up so many new avenues for us.
Before, you needed to get information; you typically had to go to the library, or even a school or university. Today, all it really takes is a click of the mouse and a few key strokes and viola, you've got what you're looking for.
And we're able to keep in touch far easier than ever. Who needs old fashioned letters when you can text message or type an email? Or hell, do the really old fashioned thing and pick up a phone and make a call?Read more ›
empire called the Donovan Group.Their primary company is called Gemtech. This company was created by Anne Donovan.She was a Berkley student activist.Her company has created a superior artificial
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The groups members have interlaced their brains the superintelligent AI.
They have virtually become superextensions of ANN. Their numbers are public officials and business leaders all over the world. The Vice-President of the United States has been implanted with AI. It becomes the mission of Savage,Kovacs, and Chavez to stop this group. This becomes a very dangerous undertaking. This makes for a very exciting book. It is
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