In a plausible near future, in response to a terror attack, Americans must be microchipped if they want health care or a job. Privacy is a lie, digital torture is real, and the well-off choose to install enhancing hardware in their brains. One man rejects all this. When a NeuroChip is forcibly implanted in him, he learns the hard way about mind control from both sides. Open Source is a paranoid, mind-bending sci-fi thriller for our time.
Anna Davis has just delivered to the world a writer’s masterclass on how to create tension in a novel, with Open Source. This is a tour de force in every possible sense of the term…a truly magnificent novel that you don’t want to miss.
I’ve lived in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex for my entire life, but this post isn’t about my geographical pedigree. Instead I want to tell you about a… Read more “American Killbot: When #HumanLives Don’t Matter”
While the Zika virus has been around since its discovery in 1947, we’ve seen an unexplained spike in both prevalence and virulence over the past six months that… Read more “Zika Virus and Genetic Engineering: Why It Matters”
“We can’t stop the hacking.” That’s the current situation according to cyber security consultant and engineer Jesse Lee, speaking at a book signing for Open Source last month in McKinney, Texas. “We’re… Read more “Dangerous Times Ahead for Cyber Security: What You Need to Know”