A world without fear

By | June 27, 2005

Today is the first day at the new office. I am currently waiting for Steve from work to pick me up. I am typing on my laptop outside of the Ashby Bart station. Can you see me in the satellite photo?

How cool is technology? I think this is just the tip of the iceberg. The Orwellian world of Big Brother from 1984 showed how a dictatorship or oligarchy would use technology to enslave and manipulate the citizens of a nation. I see it the opposite. Despite the attempts to enslave, technology will set us free. Free at last, free at last. Technology will allow us to shake this mortal coil and be truly alive. Of course, I am referring to when we scan our minds into a nanobot collective which will serve as our new bodies. We will be able to shapeshift, go without food or water or oxygen. We will have instant recall of all known facts. We will be able to fly. No fear. No death. A world full of gods living in any manner we choose. We will create reality.

Or we might be blown up in a nuclear holocaust. Either way, it is going to be a blast!

Matthew said some words. Mama, Dada, Hi and Shirt. I am very proud.

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