Tag Archives: macro-organism

The imagination mechanism

In which Thea makes sweeping assumptions about religion and human history. Again.
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How robots are making us more human

In a world where the vast majority of information we encounter comes from people who, as far as we know, are just electrons, how do we determine humanness? And what happens when that doesn't work anymore?
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The Experience Points Economy

Experience points are quickly becoming as valuable as real money. What happens when they exceed it?
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Email must die

We're all getting more connected all the time. More connections equals more communications. Too many communications and we get nothing else done.
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On privacy, and why you’re better off without it

The fact is, this isn't some dystopian future where a single entity has the dirt on all of us. We all have the dirt on all of us.
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10 predictions for the next decade

Space elevator? World peace? Robot brand ambassadors? Remember - you saw it here first.
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An apology to every manager I ever had

I’ve worked on videogames for the past nine years and on every one of these projects, scheduling was a fundamental issue. Maybe you’ve been there too; where it feels like there are two shifts. During the daytime shift, people talk about stuff and during the night shift (ooh taco truck tonight!) the people who talked […]
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