worldspy - 06.06.12 21:30 Ray Bradbury, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of some of the most widely read science fiction work in U.S. history, died at 91 at his home in Los Angeles Wednesday morning.
One might suspect a figure so interested in fictional futures would prove enthusiastic -- or at least well-versed -- in technology, but Bradbury was adverse to many new advances, particularly the proliferation of the Internet and "giant screens." The Guardian last year called him "one of the last bastions against the digital age."
"I don't try to describe the future," Bradbury has said. "I try to prevent it."
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