“Insistence of Vision”

Title“Insistence of Vision”
Year for Search2013
AuthorsBrin, [Glen] David (b. 1950)
Secondary AuthorsSterling, [Michael] Bruce (b. 1954)
Tertiary AuthorsSterling, Bruce, and Brin, David
Secondary TitleTechnology Review (MIT)
Pagination15-21
Date PublishedJuly 2013
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

The story is set in a future in which everyone wears glasses that connects them to everyone else with the focus on disabling the glasses for specified periods as punishment for crime. 

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in his Insistence of Vision. A Short Story Collection (Stamford, CT: The Story Plant, 2016), 29-34 with an author’s note on 35; and in Chasing Shadows: Visions of Our Coming Transparent World. Ed. [Glen] David Brin and Stephen W. Potts. Sponsored by The Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination (UCSD) (New York: Tor, 2017), 36-41

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The author (b. 1950) has a Ph. D. in Physics from the University of California at San Diego.

Full Text

2013 Brin, David [Glen] (b. 1950). “Insistence of Vision.” Twelve Tomorrows. Ed. Bruce Sterling. Technology Review (MIT) (July 2013) 15-21 Rpt. in his Insistence of Vision. A Short Story Collection (Stamford, CT: The Story Plant, 2016), 29-34 with an author’s note on 35; and in Chasing Shadows: Visions of Our Coming Transparent World. Ed. [Glen] David Brin and Stephen W. Potts. Sponsored by The Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination (UCSD) (New York: Tor, 2017), 36-41. PSt

The story is set in a future in which everyone wears glasses that connects them to everyone else with the focus on disabling the glasses for specified periods as punishment for crime. The author has a Ph. D. in Physics from the University of California at San Diego.