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Novak has worked in New Zealand and still has strong professional ties there.In 2006 the Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand named him the technology journalist of the year.Click on the Google Preview image above to read some pages of this book!Booktopia Comments As reviewed by Toni Whitmont in the March 2010 Booktopia Buzz. From the unexpected origins of mobile phones, microwave ovens and plastic packaging to the links between Barbie and US missile systems and why Niue, Polynesia is the phone-sex capital of the world, this is a fascinating examination of how much of modern life can be directly traced to one of three questionable aspects of human activity - war, porn, and the fast food industry.We have robots to clean our floors and satellite TV that allows us to watch anything we want, whenever we want it. But without our basest instincts — our most violent and libidinous tendencies — none of this would be possible.Indeed, if Canadian tech journalist Peter Nowak is to be believed, the key drivers of 20th-century progress were bloodlust, gluttony and our desire to get laid.It is also a chronicle of popular culture, chock-full of surprising 'fancy that? From cars to high-definition televisions, from website logins to microwave popcorn and slinkies, it reveals how our everyday lives have been shaped - hopefully for the most part indirectly - by war, porn and fast food.About Peter Nowak: Peter Nowak writes about technology for various media outlets around the world and is currently the senior science and technology reporter for CBC News Online.

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Reviewed by Toni Whitmont, Booktopia Buzz Editor - March 2010 Product Description War, porn and fast food - these are three of the most maligned facets of our civilization, and rightly so - war is responsible for untold human suffering and death; porn is often deemed responsible for everything from marital infidelity to the erosion of society's morals; and fast food, meanwhile, is frequently blamed for rising obesity levels, not to mention the increasing uniformity and blandness of western culture. Well, according to Peter Nowak, if it wasn't for war, porn and fast food, we might all still be living in caves.

Sex, Bombs and Burgers is a pacy, accessible history of technology based on fascinating research into the histories of all three industries and including extensive interviews with inventors, experts, academics, executives and commentators.

His writing has appeared in many of the world's top newspapers, including The Sydney Morning Herald, The South China Morning Post and The Boston Globe.

He has also interviewed technology giants including Bill Gates, Michael Dell, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Virgin Group chairman Sir Richard Branson and the inventor of the Internet, Vinton Cerf.

Our lives today are more defined by technology than ever before.Thanks to Skype and Google, we can video chat with our family from across the planet.

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