I’ve now passed well over 1,000 posts on www.cyberpunkonline.net and it’s time to officially declare this as the home of my Cyberpunk Archive. Please check it out, the archive of Cyberpunk movies, games, TV, literature et al. now sits alongside a constant stream of Cyberpunk images, links, quotes and text updated daily! Enjoy…
Posted on July 15, 2014.
For any of you interested in Kerbal Space Program I’ve opened a Tumblr specifically for my exploits. The intro blurb reads:
“Welcome brave Kerbal to the Tengushee Kerbal Space Program (T.K.S.P) ! Rather than annoy everyone on all my social media accounts with my exploits in Kerbal, I thought I’d make a Tumblr This is that Tumblr. Including mission reports, successes, thoughts, outrageous plans, sensible plans and screenshots of pretty things.”
Posted on April 29, 2014.
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Posted on April 15, 2014.
“Researchers are always looking at ways to harness the power of the human brain, and augment our grey matter—be it mind-controlled drones, brain-machine interfaces, or using brain scans to predict future criminals. But some scientists warn we shouldn’t go cyborg for at least another 100 years.
Paul Werbos, a program manager at the National Science Foundation and one of the country’s leading neuroscientists, said that there could be dire consequences if we continue to experiment with the brain before we completely understand how it works.”
Personally I am in favor of augmenting rather than replacing bits of myself. Thoughts?
Posted on March 21, 2014.
Great article over on the verge about Cyberpunk renaissance…
“We’re in a weird time for the way the future looks; somehow House of Cards can slyly introduce a floating text-message interface to their present-day political drama without so much as blinking, but most of our iconic near- and far-future worlds run on tracks laid down well before the ’90s. And it’s not just the recycling of every franchise from Star Trek to RoboCop: Avatar’s and Prometheus’ huge budgets couldn’t hide their indebtedness to the grandiose sci-fi storyboards of the ’70s. Which isn’t even to mention Oblivion.”
Posted on March 20, 2014.