by Matthias Dittgen
Fri 20 Jul 2001 10:02:03
copying one's mind from the natural substrate of the brain into an artificial one, manufactured by humans
sarah - Fri 20 Jul 2001 10:03:03
Cool. So let me get this. Though my brain has never crashed, even when dropped, had to be reformatted, upgraded or made obsolete by a newer model, I'm expected to abandon it... for what? Something you never own, but license, something that has more bugs in it than my bathroom, and as we remember with the old Pentiums, can't add either?
I for one support it! Wholeheartedly. Every genius who goes for this model of existence is one less I have to deal with in real life.
erik dow - Fri 20 Jul 2001 10:04:03
Pretty much the entire page sounds like an eigth-grade encyclopedia report.
emile - Fri 20 Jul 2001 10:05:03
with Markdown syntax. Comments are not displayed until they are approved by a
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