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Eliot Peper
Author of Bandwidth, Cumulus, True Blue, Neon Fever Dream, and the Uncommon Series (). Editor . Strategist.
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Mark Armstrong Apr 10
"These days books are as ubiquitous as air and as precious as contraband; and we at Longreads have decided it’s the perfect time to start a books newsletter." has wonderful things in store for us.
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Eliot Peper 3h
I love learning how brilliant people do their best work, from checking out "making of" movie extras, to listening to podcasts like and watching shows like Chef's Table. I've had the good fortune to work with for years and their insights are 💯
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Eliot Peper 3h
If you've ever wondered how book covers get designed, just published this extraordinary glimpse into their creative process.
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What's the secret formula uses to write science fiction that stays relevant for decades? Assume that people will be really stupid about technology for the foreseeable future.
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Brian Merchant Apr 25
This story is so so good, its depiction of domestic inequalities being transported into the future, abetted, by innocuous-seeming technologies so trenchant. I wish we had published it.
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Craig Mod 10h
"Medium doesn’t make money from ads. So we don’t collect data in order to advertise to you. The tracking we do at Medium is to make our product work as well as possible."
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Barry Eisler 7h
I keep saying The God’s Eye View is not fiction...
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Hannu Apr 25
"Alina set the trap for the car at her father’s summerhouse..." My story "Unchained" is up at ! Self-driving cars, blockchain and adultery. You can read the whole thing online.
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J.K. Rowling Apr 23
I’m in a meeting with Warner Bros and I can’t really concentrate because look
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Eliot Peper 22h
Replying to @loremgibson
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"The past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities." -Stephen Hawking via
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Annalee Newitz Apr 25
Science fiction is the cultural wing of the scientific project. Let's discuss! I'll be talking about this and more in San Francisco on 5/8. Tickets on sale now!
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Eliot Peper Apr 25
Replying to @GreatDismal
What a cover!
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Noah Smith Apr 23
In most of the sci-fi dystopias, the robots kill us either because A) they want to, or B) evil people told them to. In reality, they're going to kill us by accident, in an attempt to make $0.03 for some company, whose executives ironically also get killed by their own robots.
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Lincoln Michel 26 Aug 16
Shoot for the stars, if you miss you'll travel endlessly through the cold void of space never touching any object, all alone for eternity
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Eliot Peper Apr 25
:)
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Eliot Peper Apr 25
Replying to @hannu @techreview
+1 for today's reading list.
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Eliot Peper Apr 25
Replying to @MarsDorian
Damn, that's silly.
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Eliot Peper Apr 25
I can't wait to play!
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Eliot Peper Apr 25
The CIA uses a classified card game to train analysts about intelligence collection. The rules were recently revealed via a Freedom of Information Act request. and used the rules to develop a physical card game you can play at home.
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