Ironically, the article I'm about to recommend you read was penned by the man who pretty much single-handed robbed me of my passion for the Star Wars Expanded Universe, and wrote the one novel I have ever thrown into a bin in a fit of nerd rage.
Nonetheless, it's worth giving Kevin J. Anderson's piece on the future of computing a read.
First up, it's not just about him, but about a mess of SF writers, some of whom are personal faves (like Michael Stackpole, whose X-Wing novels I do still re-read), to talk about their views on computing and where it's heading in the future.
It's not a big read, but it's an interesting one - what to you guys think?
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