I received the above comment a few days ago. Cynics might suggest that it is the product of an automated system, empty in time and space and meaning, but I choose to look at it as hand-crafted to match the demographic of my audience after an exhaustive study which identified me as a top influencer. … Continue reading New mouth found to reduce stress levels after strenuous exercise
Many years ago I read an article about differences in responses between children and adults when asked for a knee-jerk impression of developing various superpowers: as I expected, children thought of becoming pranksters or superheroes; unexpectedly, adults thought of having a slightly easier life. I was reminded of this divide while keeping the cats entertained … Continue reading We Can Rebuild You… Slightly.
This book asks questions about whether some people might no longer be human. Not because of race or belief but because they are part-machine. The book is set in a world where mind/computer interfaces are common. Initially these were used to solve medical issues such as epilepsy and to control prosthetic parts for the disabled. … Continue reading Amped by Daniel H Wilson