Great science fiction and fantasy novels don't just expose us to other worlds and alternate timelines — they expand our minds and give us compass to steer by. Here are our favorite bits of advice and maxims from SF books.
For the past few days, we've been discussing and kibbitzing about David Louis Edelman's novel Infoquake. And now the author himself is here to answer all of your questions!
Ever worked at a tech startup that used some unscrupulous means to get ahead, and stood on the verge of an amazing breakthrough? Then you'll love Infoquake, David Louis Edelman's novel which the io9 Book Club is discussing. Join in!
It's your last chance to grab onto something solid, because we're going to be discussing David Louis Edelman's Infoquake in the io9 book club on Tuesday. And later in the week, Edelman will join us to answer your questions.
When David Louis Edelman started writing the Jump 225 trilogy, he thought the thrilling science of bio/logics, which lets you hack your body, was hundreds of years in the future... but now he thinks it's coming in our lifetimes.
We've been tempted to hack our own biochemistry to speed up our perceptions of time and ease the wait for Geosynchron, the third book in David Louis Edelman's ambitious biohacking/reality-hacking saga. But it's here at last, more warped than ever.
This year io9 got to quiz some of the galaxy's most interesting people. We found out what Maurice Sendak didn't like about his Wild Things movie, talked TSCC philosophy with Josh Friedman, and quizzed Zack Snyder about the Watchmen changes.
Science fiction and fantasy authors, including Pat Rothfuss and David Louis Edelman, have started noticing a rash of one-star reviews of their books on Amazon.com, all at once, The reviews seem to come from newly created profiles, and often say the same thing in slightly different words over and over. And now,…
David Louis Edelman's future-business saga MultiReal was one of the books that blew us away the most in 2008. So we had to ask Edelman why his vision of capitalism is so scary.
Click to view Don't panic! Sure, our economy is crappier than a crap-monster attacking a crap factory. But that's the time when you should look to the future. Our economy could be transformed at any moment, by developments like new technology - or first contact with an alien species. And you can prepare for this…
With so much mass-media science fiction featuring anti-science heroes who battle to stop science from "going too far," it's great to read a really smart novel about a hero who's fighting to save scientific progress from being suppressed. David Louis Edelman's Multireal, the second volume in the trilogy that begins…