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Danny Biederman discusses his book, “The Incredible World of Spy-Fi.” He begins by explaining that the book is a collection of artifacts he has collected that were used in spy fiction movies. He says that the artifacts in the book are part of an exhibit that traveled across the country, and opened at the CIA headquarters. He talks about real spy technologies and compares them to fictional ones found in movies and television. He talks about several of his favorite pieces in his collection, including a cigarette case which turns into a communicator. Biederman describes how he works as an expert consultant for MGM Studios and has done work with James Bold film producers. He ends the interview by discussing how he has over 4,000 artifacts in his collection, and about real spy technology that terrorists use.
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