Eliot Peper is the author of Borderless, Bandwidth, Cumulus, True Blue, Neon Fever Dream, and the Uncommon Series. His novels grapple with the social implications of technology and have been praised by The New York Times Book Review, Popular Science, Businessweek, TechCrunch, io9, and Ars Technica. Eliot has helped build technology businesses, designed games, survived dengue fever, pioneered new media formats, translated Virgil’s Aeneid from the original Latin, worked as an entrepreneur-in-residence at a venture capital firm, explored the ancient Himalayan kingdom of Mustang, and given talks at places like Google, Comic-Con, and Future in Review.
An Interview with Nick Harkaway: Algorithmic Futures, Literary Fractals, and Mimetic Immortality
Award-winning science fiction writer Nick Harkaway discusses his novel “Gnomon,” the relationship between technology and society, and his creative process....