Chipping, cyborgs and people – the questions we should be asking ourselves

Author’s Note: I initially read Mr. Palmer’s article when it first came out. However, even though I had penned a response then, many more questions opened to me and I ended up revising a few things with new, even better references that answered my own questions on the theme. I must here state that I …

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Faux Pas in advertising – or how not to bury yourself

I admit that I’m probably a difficult person to advertise for… partly because I don’t have a personality that easily gets drawn to commercials. I have to really be on a bout of interest in something, or looking for a specific product, or the commercial has to be ingenious, and by ingenious I mean intelligent, …

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