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Philip K Dick Award Books Giveaway

10.02.2016 in Blog

My fellow PK Dick finalists are completely awesome. Ramez Naam, Brenda Cooper, Douglas Lain, Marguerite Reed and Adam Rakunas and I are working together to host a fantastic giveaway: six winners get a signed copy of each of the six nominated works. Enter now for…

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Is This The First Digital Blockchain Autograph?

29.05.2015 in Blockchain, Blog

Is This The First Digital Blockchain Autograph? As more and more book collections move from physical to digital libraries, the issue of autographs and provenance can get a bit muddled. But there may be a solution. My father, Richard Manney, was a famous book collector…

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WHY I BELIEVE IN PARTICIPATING IN THE H+ FUTURE

08.05.2015 in Blog

By PJ Manney 2006 “Do not imagine that Art is something which is designed to give gentle uplift and self-confidence.  Art is not a brassière.  At least, not in the English sense.  But do not forget that brassière is the French for life-jacket.” Julian Barnes,…

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We Ask 7 Sci-Fi Authors to Write Blade Runner 2

01.05.2015 in Articles

“We Ask 7 Sci-Fi Authors to Write Blade Runner 2” – Popular Mechanics, 2015 More than 30 years later, the beloved sci-fi classic is getting its long-awaited sequel. Some of the best sci-fi writers in the world tell us what they’d do with Deckard and…

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Empathy in the Time of Technology

01.05.2015 in Articles

“Empathy in the Time of Technology: How Storytelling is the Key to Empathy” — The Journal of Evolution & Technology, 2008 Will the technologies that our accelerating future promises enable us to increase our empathy to others? Or will their use decrease our ability to…

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