1996-12-04 - [NO CRYPTO] Recommended reading.

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From: “Peter Trei” <trei@process.com>
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
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From: "Peter Trei" <trei@process.com>
Date: Wed, 4 Dec 1996 07:28:47 -0800 (PST)
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: [NO CRYPTO] Recommended reading.
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The current (Dec 2) issue of Forbes is a special -
the cover article is 'Cyber power gives financial
markets a veto over the President and Congress', by
Peter Huber. This has already been covered in this

However, the real prize is a second complete magazine
included with the Forbes in a plastic bag - the
premiere issue of Forbes ASAP: "The Big Issue -
Where do we go from here?", which contains 53
essays from various commentators on the significance
and future of the techno revolution. I haven't 
finished it yet, but found the essays by Tom Wolfe
on the social implications of neuroscience and 
Mark Helprin on life's accelerating pace superb.

Other authors include: Gingrich, Fukuyama, Nader, 
Simon Schama, Rifkin, Esther Dyson, Al Goldstein,
Buckley, Paglia, Gates, Negroponte,, Richard Leakey,
Steven Weinberg, Brokaw, Limbaugh, Huber, and George
Gilder, among others.

Highly recommended!

Peter Trei
Senior Software Engineer
Purveyor Development Team                                
Process Software Corporation