Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A strangely lifeless outing from Canadian author and blogger Doctorow.The author again combines cutting-edge technology with libertarian ideas in his latest novel, set in a near-future America. A group of corporate-funded hardware engineers in Florida perfect a three-dimensional printer that allows products of all kinds to be churned out with little effort. The corporation tanks, but the printer ... Read full review

Review: Makers

Editorial Review - - Max Falkowitz

The lumbering, allbutantique companies Kodak and Duracell, made useless through digital film and lithium ion batteries, are purchased and combined by a young eccentric CEO who wants to revolutionize capitalism and the meaning of American economic activity. Suzanne Church, a comfortable tech journalist for a California paper, is enlisted to chronicle the process while watching her newspaper ... Read full review

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User Review  - DL Morrese - Goodreads

In an economically struggling America, two good friends, Perry and Lester, invent and sell novelty items made of junk. This places them in the vanguard of the New Work movement, and they ride that ... Read full review

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