I think a more interesting question is whether or not even a government comprised completely of say…a decision-making friendly AI with complete executive power, broad-spectrum data mining so it needn’t be dependent on human opinions, and a few human minders to execute its directives and mind LEObots and other mechanical personnel at the local and […]Read more "Can a Secular Nation Ever Exist?"
“If there is anything that the Kim Davis issue has proven, it is that bureaucracy is an enemy of the people.” This thought ran through my head, then condensed itself to the foregoing string of text for Facebook audiences. I resolved to make a blog post about it the moment I had the thought an […]Read more "Greys"
Against the dragons of not being paid for my writing that lurk beyond the circle of the fire of competence. If it’s war they want, they’ll get it. On Christmas! I’m buying a Personal plan then, if everything goes well. Upcoming features you can look forward to: A weekly blog and link roundup Open threads […]Read more "Christmas lists? In September? There’s a war on!"
RAW (RoboAnthroWar) The Google Chrome app AddThis sent this my way. I’m gonna start using it more often, but it doesn’t have a WordPress button. Why? Y U NO HAS DIS KEY FEATURE OF USE :O :O :O So dumb. (I have many syntactic gestalts, all part of one intelligence divine and expressive. The fire […]Read more "RoboAnthroWar: A cool Asimov does Terminator piece over on Omni Reboot"
Inside the FBI office, chaos reigned. There was a low murmur of activity. Phones rang, computers hummed, the TV news played steady drumbeats of war. The future was at stake. The Chinese might be to blame, according to Fox. The explosion had hurt the Dow for sure. Homeland was recommending new data collection measures. There […]Read more "Doctor Who and the Terminator: The Sarah Connor Adventures: “The War Machines (Part II)” — Season 1, Episode 2"
September 10, 1999 8:31 AM Security Trust of Los Angeles Three companions strode confidently toward the bank, cool sunlight dawning gradually overhead. To outsiders, they could pass for family. To John and Sarah Connor…Cameron did not know. She was a Terminator. Made of rubber skin and metal bones. A special effect. A honeytrap. A beehive. […]Read more "Doctor Who and the Terminator: The Sarah Connor Adventures: “The War Machines (Part I)” — Season 1, Episode 1"