Saturday, June 4, 2011

Content on the Web

I've added some of the few interesting websites I've found to the links list to the left of the blog.

Sites like and haven't been used by anyone. Its disheartening that there wouldn't be a wide-spread use of psychological testing, and encouragement of electrode caps by now.

First step is public installations of screens that can respond to emotional profiles.

Another possibility is the use of virtual products or local-area marketing schemes for casual photographers and literary writers.

The "Literary Writer" is a new idea. In the future some individuals will be paid small sums of money to submit koans and haiku, or a miniaturized novel. Eventually corporations will own key examples of much of the world's theoretical literature. Then it will be up to philosophers to coin a new literary form.

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