It'll probably take you thirty minutes or so to get through it (it's quite lengthy), but it's very entertaining. After all, it was written by a Lost screenwriter.
[The point of this series is to emphasize that small creative owners (as well as large corporate ones) need to carefully consider the strength of communities to monetize their works rather than (or in addition) to traditional intellectual property.]
And yes, I'd even like to see Doggett and Reyes.
Not sure his solution is the best or the likeliest, but I share the misgivings. I was just thinking a couple weeks back about the fact that the pendulum was due to start swinging the other way.
Far be it from me to be a peddler of technopanic, but neither do I want to ignore voices of caution from credible technophiles. It's not just science fiction anymore: the Singularity looms on the horizon (Kurzweil's prediction was 2045). Will we be smart enough to avert the danger?
- The University of Georgiapresent
- tech (especially Google/Android)
- science (archaeology, paleontology, anthropology, linguistics)
- sci-fi TV (among my favorite shows: The X-Files, Babylon 5, LOST, Farscape, Doctor Who...)
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