Guest Blog Post: Five Reasons why kids need Hard Sci-Fi

‘Ah, remember the good old days … when there was actual *SCIENCE* in science fiction?  I do …’   Would *you* be prepared if gravity reversed itself? … I thought to myself as I watched the new Transformers: Age of Extinction trailer yesterday with my 7-year-old Geekling.  Immediately, I felt compelled to …

Project Live

Overview A solid science fiction medical story that will really twist your mind about how the government, medicine, and society mix. I thought it was good overall nothing totally noteworthy but I’ll explain more later. Review Looking for a science fiction medical thriller that has an excellent plot, top notch …

Guest Blog Post: Applied Telepathy for Fun and Profit

Applied Mental Telepathy for Fun and Profit by James T. Wood (jamestwood.com) Book N Tech Editor’s Choice Award winner Writing is an odd form of art. It’s done in private and only experienced in private. I’m not the first one to notice that writing is, in a way, a form …

Editorial: Valve’s Steam Box

The Overview              I’ll say it: I love Valve’s Steam OS concept. Even though I’m a Microsoft user who should prefer Xbox services I think their model is not the best nor is it next generation worthy. Why? Well the Xbox Live services may be …

The Lead Cloak

Overview    Erik Hanberg’s science fiction read may not be a quick read, bit its a highly enjoyable one that kept me up till 3am to finish it. What makes a book that good? Well it starts off very intriguing with a good backstory to finish very climatic, unexpected, and challenging everything …