The Must See Tech Trends for 2018 — j-tech copy services

My friend Jay Tomkinson has just launched his freelance writing business J-Tech Copy Services.
Here’s his  post on the latest developments in technology.  All of the new developments in robotics and AI are exciting-as long as we don’t have the machines turning on us! As George Orwell’s ‘1984’ predicted CCTV & Big Brother (gods save us! ), Stephen King’s ‘Trucks’ (on which ‘Maximum Overdrive’ movie is based) and Isaac Asimov’s ‘I, Robot’ might end up predictors of the next technological advances.  Fascinating stuff!

He writes professional web copy, business articles and social media content too.

https://www.facebook.com/jtechcopy/

It Is Fair to Say… That much happened in the world of tech during 2017, and that gives us plenty to look forward to in the coming year. Here are some of the highlights. 1. Robotics Many of you will have seen the developments made in robotics, including Sophia, the worlds first robot citizen. In […]

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BOOK REVIEW-Dead Ice-Laurell K. Hamilton

Dead Ice (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #24)Dead Ice by Laurell K. Hamilton

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dead Ice has what I love best about Hamitlon’s Anita Blake books-action zombies, vampires and were-animals, and suspense and thrills- both horrifying and titillating.

I am thrilled that Hamilton is back firing all guns in this installment of the Anita Blake series after the novella Jason, which seemed a placeholder. However, I did skim read parts which I felt over explained domestic/ bedroom arrangements. The sex-politics are getting overcomplicated. I understand that Hamilton wants to give all of her readers a fix of who they fancy, but I’m having trouble keeping up with the who’s-who of Anita’s lovers. Perhaps I’m being selfish, as I’m all-over Jean Claude.

I enjoyed the crime investigation and supernatural elements… It will be exciting to see where Hamilton goes from here..
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It will be exciting to see where Hamilton goes from here, exploring Anita’s new powers. The twist on the the zombie trope was fun and scary. Though I was happy how the relationships panned out.

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