Nicole Sallak Anderson
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Nicole is a Computer Science graduate from Purdue University. After graduation, she developed encryption and network security software, which inspired both the storyline and the science behind her transhumanist novel, eHuman Dawn.
Her articles include One Nation, Left Behind, The Cultural Commons: From Open Land to the Open Internet, Book Review: The Transhumanist Wager by Zoltan Istvan, I’m a Believer, It’s Not My Fault: The Reality of Group Evil, Dancing With Myself: Can Humans Truly Fall in Love with an Operating System?, Where My Demons Hide, Book Review: The Atlantis Gene and The Atlantis Plague by A.G. Riddle, Minding the Geek Gap: Five Reasons You Should Get Coding!!!, Can You Teach a Computer Common Sense?, Sex in the eHuman City, It’s The Question That Drives Us, Which Side Are You On?, Celebrating the Holidays…Forever, and The Web of Life.
She currently lives with her husband and two teenaged sons on two acres in the Santa Cruz mountains of Northern California, where she indulges in a variety of homesteading hobbies, from beekeeping and raising chickens and goats, to gardening, canning, spinning, and knitting. She blogs and speaks on singularity, transhumanism, internet privacy, data manipulation, and human consciousness.
Nicole earned her Bachelor of Science in Computer Science at Purdue University in 1994. She is currently editing the sequel to eHuman Dawn and hopes to have it available in early 2015.
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