The term cyberpunk went out of style in the 1990s...so why is Amazon still using it as a subgenre of science fiction.
In the future, it'll be as common to go "invirt" as it is to go "online" today.
With social media nowadays, it's not the true person you're seeing. Too often, it's an exaggeration and sometimes even a fake.
My novel speculates on what VR presence will be like in 2051, but there's a lot of work to be done before it becomes a reality.
2016 is the year that kickstarted Virtual Reality. But should you buy the first generation VR headsets, or wait for version two?
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Amazon has gotten great at making smart Internet products. So the outlook is good/ominous (depending on your pov) for Amazon's retailing future.