Reviews & Science

Reviews

Ebocloud, A Novel About The Social Singularity
Singularity Hub,
Feb., 2011

The Social Singularity
The Speculist,
Feb., 2011

Sharp, Clever Science Fiction: A Review of Ebocloud
A. F. Stewart’s Blog,
March, 2011

EBOCLOUD: Dare to Imagine Life After Facebook
SocialBling,
March, 2011

Rick Moss’s Ebocloud Reviewed By Lavanya Karthik
Bookpleasures.com,
Feb., 2011

Recent Developments
Some of the science fiction in Ebocloud is now no longer fiction.

Chaotic Moon Explores Biometric Tattoos For Medicine And The Military
Tech Crunch,
Nov., 2015

A Wearable, Embedded Tattoo Concept, Designed to Make Life Easier
PSFK,
Nov., 2014

Tatoo Watches: Subdermal Implant Keeps Francesco Savini on Time
Trend Hunter,
July, 2009

References
Some articles and journal references that informed the ideas behind the technology in the novel.

Interview with Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. in which he discusses the Ebo tribe of Southern Nigeria (Biafra) and his proposal for extended families in the U.S.
Clifford Meth,
Sept., 1997

Serotonin May Be Key to Controlling Locusts
New York TImes,
Jan. 29, 2009

Nanotubes Used in the Brain Can Enhance Neuronal Excitability
NeuroscienceNews.com,
Dec. 22, 2008

New paper “Voodoo Correlations in Social Neuroscience” may “shake up the world of social cognitive neuroscience”
Brains on Purpose(tm),
Dec. 30, 2008

FDA Allows Brain Implants for Obsessions
The Washington Post,
Feb. 24, 2008

Growing Neural Implants: New approaches could more seamlessly integrate medical devices into the body.
Technology Review – MIT,
July 16, 2008

The Young and the Neuro
The New York Times,
Oct. 12, 2009

Traffic jam in brain causes schizophrenia symptoms
Physorg.com,
Aug. 10, 2009

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