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Tales From Our Near Future Paperback – March 17, 2014
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About the Author
Jackson Coppley, a consummate storyteller, illuminates in his writing what happens when technology intersects with human behavior and emotion. Coppley weaves his stories from a sophisticated knowledge of computer technology and an understanding of human behavior. Coppley’s resume includes a dynamic career with world leading communications and technology companies, and the launching of what the press called “a revolutionary software company” during the rise of personal computing. As a world traveler, Coppley has developed an interest in and an understanding of cultural differences and nuances which play an important role in his stories. His YouTube video on the Hmong people of Vietnam, as an example of how he investigates other cultures, received thousands of hits. It is this sensitivity about human behavior combined with the understanding of the potential of technology that brings to his writing a glimpse of what is yet to come.
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Two or three pages into each story, then into the garbage can. "Near Future" my foot. More like "Total Ripoff" today...