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August 22, 2007


gordon millerick

Technology apocalyps or is technology a blessing. For me a definite blessing that requires substantial management by ungreedy humans. The pmg became telecom then telstra, going from landlines to optical fibre. Film reels gave way to video tapes and now dvds. You can use wireless broadband, no lines or wires needed. Technology is racing ahead, with fewer of us able to master it, only use it.Common sense and wisdom can contain this blessing, but the greedy human will strive to do the most good for himself and not the population. Be careful technology does not destroy us and throw us into the apocalypt.

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I can watch Blade Runner again and again and I never get tired. It's all philosophy and nothing superficial. Thanks for the review...

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