You affect the world by what you browse.→ Tim Berners-Lee
or we continue to “communicate” through the media and think within the context of separate institutions, which contribute to the suffocation and division of intelligence.
If people know it or not, they are already partaking in a revolution which may be largely invisible but is nevertheless a pivotal world-transforming event.Just think about it, the Singularity movement came about simply because sci-fi writer/academician Vernor Vinge established the initial concept, which was then embraced by the more practical thinker/inventor Ray Kurzweil and now Intel’s technology director. As a result a broadly recognized idea has taken root in the world built around little more than a catchy word, a succinct definition (the moment when machine intelligence surpasses human intelligence) and Intel's co-founder Gordon E. Moore’s formulation of his now famous law. → Rene Daalder: Living towards the Singularity
In the future, the importance of geography will be matched by the importance of values and ideas.Nationhood: The future of Nationalism
Too much consistency is as bad for the mind as it is for the body. Consistency is contrary to nature, contrary to life. The only completely consistent people are the dead.→ Aldous Huxley
Your role is quite simple, Timothy — become a cheerleader for evolution.→ Aldous Huxley to Timothy Leary
The extension we call the net, the grid, the Infobahn, is more than the sum of its parts, it may perchance lead to an actual organizing principle of reality itself. An organizing principle somewhat akin to an operating system, yet directed, and multidimensional, interactive and intelligent.—Wildcat: Mind Habitat, the quest for a home