Technology through Fiction
Cyber technology alienates its casual observer. There is a huge gap between oversimplified narratives, and detailed scholarly accounts. One way to bridge this gap is through literature and entertainment. So motivated, one engineer pulled out his literary pen to put together a fictional spy story based on very real, very modern cyber technology, where BitMint is a recognized player.
The story "The Ninth Plague: A Fictional NSA Story" is in pre-publication state. The author seeks a few reviewers and ad-hoc editors to comment on the story before the final editing (How does it read? Is it a good vehicle to clarify cyber complexities?) Reviews, and editorial contributions will be duly recognized in the published version. If interested please write to Gideon (click below).