Technology in Media
A resource guide for writers explaining facts and myths about all kinds of technology. More
Ever wonder how burglar alarms really work? Do you know who outranks the other, a Staff Sergeant or a Major? Which is more powerful weapon: a .223 or a .380? How far can an Apache gunship fly? Can hackers really gain access to any computer system?
Technology in Media is a resource guide for writers of all types. It covers aspects of alarms, security, firearms, police, military, and vehicles. Can alarms be defeated? How about electronic security like CCTV? It even ponders future tech like time travel and space travel and teleportation.
Most importantly it provides insider knowledge of how these things work - what they can do and can't do, to help you write better stories. This guide gives the writer an edge of realism and relates information you probably didn't know so you can tell your readers and viewers.
The author delves into his 50 years experience in the military, police , and security to provide easy to understand facts and myths about technology.
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