Summary

David Gerrold started writing professionally in 1967. His first sale was "The Trouble with Tribbles" episode of Star Trek. Within five years, he had published seven novels, two books about television production, three anthologies, and a short story collection. He was nominated for the Hugo and Nebula awards six times in four years.
Since 1967, he has published more than 40 books. Several of his novels are considered classics, including The Man Who Folded Himself, When HARLIE Was One, and the four books in The War Against The Chtorr.
The essays in this book were originally published under the name "Future Tense by David Gerrold" in the magazine Maximum PC.
©2013 David Gerrold (P)2014 Digital Fabulists
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By Anonymous User on 05-06-15

Dealings WITH technology in an audio book is risky

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Dealings WITH technology in an audio book is a risky business. You will never be able to keep up with its harsh pace, That's why this 2013 audio book feels so out of date. Gerrold is a huge source of knowledge, even more than that, he knows how to explain things in a pleasant way to your ear. The narrator does a beautiful job but it couldn't compensate for the technology gap.

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