Monday, December 20, 2004

featured speculations

We have to find a new view of the world that has to agree with everything that is known, but disagree in its predictions somewhere, otherwise it is not interesting.
~ Richard Feynman

Well, if you've waded thru all the old content on this site, you might think, what next? We will post interesting theories, raves, and rants about the past, present or future of humanity. Then we'll archive 'em.

Feel free to contribute a favorite or original passage.

Here is my personal favorite vision of the information architecture of the future...

Yaivkach: The City of Mind
~ from Always Coming Home by Ursula K. LeGuin

Ursula K. LeGuin's novel, Always Coming Home, is a "future history" of a people called the Kesh. These excerpts depict a utopian but plausible technological future for our planet.
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