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Humans and the 'Total Field Awareness' of Consciousness

I’ve always been slightly bemused by our relentless pursuit of Artificial Intelligence, and not  only because ‘intelligence’ is one of many essentially contested concepts lacking a single accepted defintion. 1,641 more words

Breaking Bread with Steve Wheeler #blimage

A few days ago I challenged Steve Wheeler (@timbuckteeth) to compose a blog post based on 1 of a choice of 3 images I sent him. 782 more words

BOOK REVIEW: GUTENBERG’S APPRENTICE by Alix Christie

Once upon a time only rich people could read books.  They were luxury items handwritten and lavishly decorated, as befits a high status object.  Then along came Gutenberg and changed all that.  410 more words

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GUTENBERG: HOW ONE MAN REMADE THE WORLD WITH WORDS by John Man

“Now the possibility existed of addressing directly anyone, anywhere — in theory, everyone who could read — if only they could be reached and spoken to persuasively.” (p. 159 more words

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Rhymes of History - Technology Explored

There is a force referred to as Rhymes of History (2014h), which show patterns in society that circle back from the past, like retro, paving the way for new technologies to be invented to fill a present need. 397 more words

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