Al Weiser, the billionaire founder of the world's largest tech company, knows everyone's secrets. It makes it hard to have many friends. But it does come in useful when pushing a candidate for President of the United States.
Sympile Weiser is a satire of the connected world where Internet users have traded their innermost secrets for minor conveniences.
SymMail, SymPhones, SymMaps, SymTube, SymDrive exist to get the public to hand over the details of their lives. But is it just about selling aspirin when "headache" is sympiled? Or does Sympile's founder, 29-year-old, tech billionaire Al Weiser, have a hidden plan to take over the world?
Funny, touching, and thought-provoking, Sympile Weiser captivates the reader from the first page until the surprising last.
In 2000, Sympile was a one-person search engine run out of an apartment in the Bronx. It quickly became the first corporation with a market capitalization in excess of a trillion dollars.
In 2005, the first SymPhone overtook Murwell's M-Phone as the top seller. Today, the SymPhone 6 is this generation's must have cell phone. Rumor is that the next version will be the SymGami - the first phone that will unfold into a tablet.
The most used mapping service, SymMaps can be found on virtually every mobile device. It's traffic busting algorithm directs drivers to the fastest routes.
With hundreds of millions of views everyday, SymTube is the video service that has captured the public's imagination and attention.