Monthly Archives: December 2011

Mexican Science Fiction, Part I: The Double Identity of the Movie 2033

“A great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine Days until the election: 199 Days until the Year 2033: 7687 Part of what goes into Mexico’s future is the stuff that is rooted firmly in … Continue reading

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When Books Attack! A Suggestion to Assist Enrique Peña Nieto

“A great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine Election Countdown: 206 days Even though I start each entry in this blog with a countdown to the election, this is not primarily a page about … Continue reading

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Election Update: The Cyberwar for Votes

“A great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine Election Countdown: 211 days Yesterday The Economist posted a brief report on some research carried out at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México regarding the use … Continue reading

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