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The Web’s Creator Looks to Reinvent It

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Comment by truth on November 24, 2012 at 3:46pm

Google and Microsoft Investing in a Future of Augmented Reality

Nicholas West
Activist Post

While info-glass makers Google and Microsoft both naturally tout the entertainment value, as well as the value of "capturing those special moments," it would be naive not to also consider the ease with which people would begin to surveil and record one another. As this technology flourishes, full-time audio and video recordings will be stored, all in the blink of an eye...

Comment by joe banana on November 6, 2012 at 2:47am

About those "black box's", the evil entity we call government has more sinister plans in the grinder. A "per mile" fuel tax. Your car will be equipted with a memory card reader, which you'll need to insert in the slot to start your car. When you get gas, you give the card to the gas station guy who sends your info to the IRS, and also adds the milage tax from your miles driven, to your gas purchase. Of course the cost of the device ans maintenence will be added to the total price of the car. Won't buy a new car? They'll have after market ones but will cost more than factory installed.

Comment by Nathan on October 29, 2012 at 5:10pm

Hacking the President’s DNA

This is how the future arrived. It began innocuously, in the early 2000s, when businesses started to realize that highly skilled jobs formerly performed in-house, by a single employee, could more efficiently be crowd-sourced to a larger group of people via the Internet. Initially, we crowd-sourced the design of T‑shirts ( and the writing of encyclopedias (, but before long the trend started making inroads into the harder sciences. Pretty soon, the hunt for extraterrestrial life, the development of self-driving cars, and the folding of enzymes into novel proteins were being done this way. With the fundamental tools of genetic manipulation—tools that had cost millions of dollars not 10 years earlier—dropping precipitously in price, the crowd-sourced design of biological agents was just the next logical step.

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