When I say be me, that is, have integrated all my past memories, thoughts and ideas, my behaviours, imaginings, hopes, anxieties, abilities and failings.
Already you can get a named person on your bottle of soap from Lush; how soon will this apply to our sausages, kebabs or doctors?
I learned something interesting yesterday. On occasion, people prefer computers. I appreciate this is a generalisation. These days, most of us are comfortable around computers – whether they are inside our phones, microwaves, TVs or something that is central to our working day. Computer communication is still something that is a little odd. Listening toContinue reading “Talking to computers, talking to humans”