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The First E-Book from the Future: A Glimpse Into the Future of Our World

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An e-book from the future, time travel at last, but only for a digital file.
A plea for help. "Don't let your son go fishing on March 1st." Is it a joke? Is it a scam? Or is it real?
An account of life 500 years into the future, from the future, on my Kindle. See how citizens of the future are solving the great problems we have today. Learn how the simple invention of 'digital windows' changes an entire ...
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Overview

An e-book from the future, time travel at last, but only for a digital file.
A plea for help. "Don't let your son go fishing on March 1st." Is it a joke? Is it a scam? Or is it real?
An account of life 500 years into the future, from the future, on my Kindle. See how citizens of the future are solving the great problems we have today. Learn how the simple invention of 'digital windows' changes an entire civilization. Be cloned five times, and live for 250 years. Visit a world where everything is controlled by 'thoughts'.
Enjoy the book but whatever you do please don't, read the last page before you get to it.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781479150618
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/24/2012
  • Pages: 122
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.26 (d)

Meet the Author

Here is a brief bio for Paul Holmes.

As president of Multimedia International, a company making training and marketing programs, Paul produced 'What is Multimedia', one of the first such programs on a CD.
In 1990, Paul's company, supported by Philips Electronics and others started the International CD-Interactive Association. Paul became the ICDIA's Chief Executive Officer.

In the mid 90s with the introduction of DVD, ICDIA became the Digital Video Disc Association (DVDA) and focused entirely on supporting the introduction of DVD.
During his time as DVDA's first chairman and CEO, Paul served as an international judge in multimedia competitions, organized many conferences, workshops and awards ceremonies, both in Europe and here in the US, including the first ever International DVD awards. In 2007 Paul was inducted into the DVDA Hall of Fame in Hollywood.

Following his retirement Paul now lives in Florida and as a hobby he presents workshops on how to create your very own books, then how to turn them into talking books on DVD.

Paul has published seven books.

Paul Holmes.

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