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BURN-IN | P.W. SINGER | Interview with the Author

We sat down with P.W. Singer to discuss his latest book, Burn-In, described as a “rollercoaster ride of science fiction and science fact”. Burn-In takes readers on a heart-pumping exploration of the technologies of future warfare, and explores how smart, hyper-networked cities of the not-too-distant future may be turned on their citizens by nefarious forces. Check out the FULL INTERVIEW today!

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CURRENCY COLD WAR | David Birch | Interview with the Author

We sat down with David Birch, one of the UK’s leading futurists and expert on digital currency, to discuss his latest book, The Currency Cold War. Discover the origins of the coming era of digital currency competition and who the likely winners may be.

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The Future of Money: the 9 Best Books

From blockchain to cryptocurrency, Facebook’s Libra to China’s e-RMB, the international monetary system stands to be turned on its head in the coming decade. In order to understand some of the likely changes, we delved through the library stacks to bring back the TOP NINE BOOKS on the future of money. Stop hiding those Swiss Francs under the mattress!

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Bill Holstein, The New Art of War: Interview with the Author

biblio-fiend.com is proud to announce the launch of our new video series, Interview with the Author. In this series of videos, we sit down with individual authors of books that have appeared in our curated book recommendations, either on our Current Events or On This Day pages, to delve deeper into their published work, and to discuss related issues from a broader perspective.

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On This Day: Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre

The Tiananmen square massacre of June 4, 1989 remains a warning to any who would believe China will walk the road of democratic reform. On the anniversary of the massacre, we’ve collected the six best books that explore the political and social context of the massacre, and the consequences of participating in the protests that have fallen on the survivors.