The Tomorrow Project
by D. Rushkoff, R. Hammond, S. Thomas, M. Heitz
Publisher: Intel 2011
Number of pages: 130
All four stories in this collection are based on technologies Intel is currently developing in their labs. What is striking about them is that even though they are all science fiction stories they are all first and foremost, stories about people. Each story is unique in its own vision and portrayal of life in the future, but each of them is extraordinarily good at capturing the human drama of the future.
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by Charles Stross - Ace Hardcover
The Macz family has struggled for three generations to cope with the technological achievements that have rendered humans near obsolete. Then, something starts to annihilate all biological lifeforms. A novel destined to change the face of the genre.
by Roger Phillips Graham - Project Gutenberg
The disappearance of John Henderson was most spectacular. It occurred while he was at the blackboard working an example in integration for his ten o'clock class. The incompleted problem remained on the board while the police worked on the case.
by H. Beam Piper - Putnam
Dangerous beasts, impossible weather, and political intrigue on the planet Fenris, a backwater planet with days that last a quarter of a year. Unusual astronomical environments, correct technology and a good detective story makes good reading.
by Alexander Blade - BooksFairy.com
This is a short science fiction story produced from 'Imagination', April, 1956. By accident Bobby discovered the rocket was about to be shot to the Moon. Naturally he wanted to go along. But could he smuggle himself aboard?