About Cory Doctorow
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Cory Doctorow (firstname.lastname@example.org/craphound.com) is the author of several science fiction novels. Some are for adults, others are for young people and adults. He's also the author of a book of essays (Content, Tachyon Books), a graphic novel (Cory Doctorow's Futuristic Tales of the Here and Now, IDW) and two collections of short stories, both currently in print from Thunder's Mouth Press.
Born in 1971 in Toronto, Canada, he now lives in London, England with his wonderful wife, Alice, and his scrumptious two year old daughter, Poesy. He formerly served as European Director of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and is a fellow of that organization. He is also affiliated with the Open University Faculty of Computer Science (UK) and the University of Waterloo Independent Studies Program (Canada).
He is the co-editor and co-owner of the widely read blog Boing Boing (boingboing.net) and writes columns for The Guardian newspaper, Publishers Weekly, Locus Magazine, and Make Magazine.
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In a time when national economies rise and fall on algorithms designed to sell money that never existed and corporate executives go unpunished for stealing thousands of people’s pensions and livelihoods, the idea that the virtual world may well provide us with clues on how to organize the real one is not far-fetched at all. Perhaps we should listen up.
Ron Jacobs, Counterpunch