I am a former professor of literature, electronic media, and AI (Rensselaer; William and Mary) and entrepreneur (Spongefish, MentorNet) writing about the origin of the alphabet, Jewish history and mystery, what the past tells us about the future of culture, science, and the media, and other indulgences. Here are links to three of my books:
- Rope Dances (Fiction Collective, 1979) Short stories.
- The Soft Machine: Cybernetic Fiction (Methuen; Routledge, 1985) A literary look at the influence of cybernetics on culture, this book anticipated the cyberculture revolution.
- A Short Guide to Writing About Science (Pearson, 1993). Textbook connecting clarity of thought to clarity in writing.