Biblio Tech Redux

Recently the editorial board of IEEE Security & Privacy magazine suggested that we revive Biblio Tech. The flattery was effective, and I agreed to write several more installments of the department, the first of which will probably appear in the March/April issue. I've been reading a lot of older SF recently, notably a collection of Arthur C. Clarke's short stories and Robert A. Heinlein's "Starship Troopers". In addition, I've recently completed John Scalzi's wonderful "Old Man's War" and its sequels "Ghost Brigades" and "The Last Colony." I have my good friend Hal Stern to thank for the introduction to Scalzi's work, for which I'll get a suitable revenge at an appropriate later date.


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