Phil Kennedy set out to build the ultimate brain-computer interface. In the process, he almost lost his mind.
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The making of the drone.
He was an 18 year old Marine bound for Iraq. She was a high school senior in West Virginia. They grew intimate over IM. His dad also started contacting her. No one was who they claimed to be and it led to a murder.
The plan, basically: bring back the two founders (who were estranged), focus entirely on mobile, and apologize as much as possible.
Audrey Elrod thought she had found the man of her dreams. Today she is in a West Virginia prison. She’s broke. And the court has ordered her to pay more than $400,000 to victims of the same man who conned her.
The author, who works remotely, and her evolving relationship with her physical representation at the office: “an iPad on a stick on a Segway-like base.”
A culture war is raging between the people diversifying science fiction and the men who’d like to roll that back.
Who gets out alive when disaster strikes? The people who can afford it.
The men who are trying to find out if wireless carjacking is possible.
A drug derived from cannabis was the only thing that could control a young boy’s seizures.