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    A dystopian novel by [[John Brunner]].<br>
    A dystopian novel by [[John Brunner]].<br>
    First published in 1975.<br>
    First published in 1975. ISBN 0345324315 <br><br>
    ISBN 0345324315 <br><br>
    *[http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/AuthorSpecAlphaList.asp?BkNum=44 Science Fiction Inventions] from ''The Shockwave Rider''
    *also one of the oldest german blogs: [http://www.schockwellenreiter.de/ www.schockwellenreiter.de]
    "Sind es Utopisten, die an einem Idealstaat der Sicherheit
    basteln? Nein, weit schlimmer: Es sind Perfektionisten. Es sind
    diese entsetzlich tüchtigen Leute, die mit ihren präzise
    funktionierenden Fischgehirnen Menschen auf Stückgut, auf
    Menschenmaterial, auf Zahlenkombinationen reduzieren, um sie in
    den Griff zu bekommen, um sie als numerische Größen in ihren
    Kalkülen handhaben zu können. Es ist dann nur noch ein winziger
    Schritt, um Menschen tatsächlich zu verschicken, zu verbrauchen,
    zu vernichten, zu löschen."
    John Brunner, Der Schockwellenreiter, 1975.
    aus dem Header des letzten [[FoeBuD]] Newsletter. (04/2006)
    "For all the claims one hears about the liberating impact of the data-net,
    the truth is that it's wished on most of us a brand-new reason for paranoia."
    John Brunner, "The Shockwave Rider", 1975.

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