Navigating this brave new world is the inventively-named Anana, an employee at a soon to be obsolete print dictionary.
This is a kind of reproductive technology in a kind of brave new world that even Aldous Huxley did not imagine.
In the brave new world of Weibo, the combination of sex, lies, and videotape is a potent, sometimes toxic mix.
Kurginyan call it “USSR 2.0” and it seems that Ukraine may be the next step on the way to that brave new world.
They therefore try to soften the blow for anyone entering their brave new world with (rather disturbing) assurances.
A long list of favorite books includes Animal Farm, brave new world, The Wizard Of Oz, Aesop's Fables, and The Odyssey.
A new History Channel series on George S. Patton points the way toward a brave new world of digitally enhanced history.
What with Henretta's rips and the glitches in her printing, something seems wrong in our brave new world.
O is for Obama, the architect, and Obamacare, his legacy: brave new world or Collectivist Nightmare?
He wanted no part of this brave new world the aliens were creating.