Well, the time's rolled around for the latest Ars Electronica in Linz. I
wish I was over in Austria having a double-cream coffee right
I never knew Stanislaw Lem could draw.
Actually, Stanislaw Lem can't draw, but those are some seriously freaked
Speaking of philosophical science fiction writers, check out this philosophy
professor whose mind was blown by Greg Egan.
See, if it's posthumanly possible that this world is a simulation, then the
odds are hugely in favor of this world being a simulation. Oh
yeah, you betcha.
If you've got to be a philosopher pretending to write science fiction, why can't you be
a hip, funny, life-affirming guy like Italo Calvino?
I'm re-reading "T Zero" and it's even better than I remembered.
Imagine the ineffable joy of being a little kid at Italo Calvino Elementary
McAfee has been doing anti-virus work forever and a day, but I just discovered
their interactive global virus map.
"W32/Magistr.b@MM was the #9 virus over the Past 30 days by Infected Computers worldwide.
Brazil had 30 computers infected by W32/Magistr.b@MM over the Past 30
days." Gosh, I just watched Magistr infest Brazil.
Bruce Sterling writes books like Darwin watched animals. Find out more about him,
and read tattered electronic copies of Cheap Truth, at the
Bruce Sterling Online Index.
He lives with his wife Nancy and their two daughters in Austin, Texas.