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As I stated in my 2008 book, Jump the Curve, one effective way to jump the curve is to add some science fiction to your reading diet—it can be a great source of inspiration and creativity. To this end, the Wall Street Journal yesterday ran this article, Technology is Stranger Than Fiction. I particularly enjoyed this quote: “In a time of great change, fiction can sometimes provide better understanding than facts alone.” Along these same lines, PC Pro recently published this article entitled ”The sci-fi legends who shaped today’s tech.” My favorite quote: “Sci-fi can consciously or unconsciously help [you] think outside the box.”
So there you have it—further proof that adding some sci-fi to your reading diet is good for your long-term health.