It appears that a degree of ambiguity may be an inverse function of the generalised utility of any concept. Continue reading The Utility of Ambiguity
Rationality is (a) key, but it can not explain (or unlock) itself. Continue reading Said one mirror to another…
The moving frame, having moved, drags itself ever onwards… Continue reading Accelerating Frames of History
Will technology make us stupid ? Or is there more creative and innovative opportunity than ever before to be derived from our tools of cognitive extension ? Continue reading Will Technology make us Stupid ?
In the sphere of information replication and mass communication, those messages which most succinctly and concisely convey meaning tend to be those which are most successful in self-propagation, regardless of the relationship of those messages to truth or fact. Continue reading Keeping it Simple: Communication Breakdown
If one day we should wake up and find that every single aspect of our lives have become so deeply steeped-in and dependent-upon digital technology that we are irrevocably cast into a secondary or supporting role, should we really be surprised ? Continue reading Technology: Singularity and Necessity
As technologies and hybrid technology-and-human systems continuously insert themselves into our workflows and thought patterns, we become progressively and perhaps irreversibly beholden to them more than they could ever remain subject to us… Continue reading Cognitive and Technological Hyper-extension: Why Worry ?