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January 11, 2009



I read a few. Freeman Dyson's was interesting but ultimately disappointing. I mean, he's right ... radiotelepathy would radically change things ... but humans can not adequately handle human experience now. The idea of complicating it doesn't seem to offer improvement ... merely change. But in the interest of full disclosure, I have to say that I haven't yet found the Internet to be an improvement in my life ... merely change.

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