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Marc Stiegler (born 1 August 1954) is an American science fiction author and software developer. He co-authored Valentina: Soul in Sapphire (1984) with Joseph H. Delaney. The computer program, Valentina, was one of science fiction's earliest examples of sentient computer software, completely unlike mainframe AIs such as HAL and Colossus.
Stiegler also wrote the short story, "The Gentle Seduction" based on Vinge's ideas about a technological "singularity," the exponential growth of future technology that will drastically affect the human condition. The story's characters are augmented with molecular nanotechnology. The 'seducer' is the technology itself, and perhaps the programmers of the technology. He realized the majority of mankind is more willing to swallow a pill that fixes one's back (this happens in the story) than take a pill that installs a computer in one's forehead (also from the story). He also realized that many humans do not have the mental fortitude to survive the Technological singularity. The heroine of "The Gentle Seduction" is a normal woman whose very elemental connection with her own identity is key in soothing humanity's jarring experience of finally meeting an alien mind.
Stiegler's software development career partly parallels his science fiction. His non-fiction work, "Hypermedia and the Singularity" predates the development of the Web and predicts that hypertext will play a key role in accelerating the evolution of knowledge. Shortly after writing this article, he took over management,[1][2] of Project Xanadu, the hypertext system envisioned by Ted Nelson. Later software development efforts included the development of DecideRight (1995) which won the Software Publishing Association's CODIE Award [3] for Best Numeric or Data Software Program. In the late 1990s his attention turned to computer security. Later he wrote the online book E in a Walnut [4] about the programming language E, specifically designed for developing secure distributed systems. He also developed CapDesk, a capability-based desktop resistant to cyberattack, and invented the principles underlying Polaris,[5] an overlay for the Windows operating system that secures the system against several important kinds of computer viruses and trojan horses. He gave talks on object capability security at the RSA Conference in 2012 and 2013.[6] His sf book EarthWeb takes place in a future where computers have been secured from attack, the Web has evolved to largely supplant government as the underpinning fabric of human civilization, and idea futures are used to make decisions about important future events.

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The Braintrust Series

Marc Stiegler - The Braintrust (read by Katharine McEwan)
Marc Stiegler - Crescendo Of Fire (read by Katharine McEwan)
Marc Stiegler - Rhapsody For The Tempest (read by Katharine McEwan)

Other

Marc Stiegler - Ode To Defiance (read by Katharine McEwan)

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The Braintrust Series
https://rapidgator.net/file/fca178df30b2e5d0e6e28bba2ebc4019/The_Braintrust.rar.html
https://rapidgator.net/file/c42c0fb28e504912a85af6c32471edec/Crescendo_Of_Fire.rar.html
https://rapidgator.net/file/d0456c651d628f90264ad94e080b8ad8/Rhapsody_For_The_Tempest.rar.html

Other
https://rapidgator.net/file/cc35164b29d84f43de1f9439eafb7669/Ode_To_Defiance.rar.html



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