It's a bit like the idea of rich countries that don't want to change
their lifestyles preferring to buy carbon 'credits' off poorer
countries. Here are the speakers, and panels. My email address is
In addition, I have no speaking responsabilities!
It leaves a slightly bad taste.
Sends out a positive message.
Convertible types have more money to spend. We just have to hope that
investors - the fund managers gambling with our pensions, especially -
can keep their heads and that sell-mania doesn't take hold.
Skype-to-Skype calls cost nothing.
Yes, you got it: what about the hydrogen refuelling infrastructure?
We've got more people, more space, and more stuff.
Most woodworkers do not read Sawmill Creek. His robot stories explored
many of the philosophical questions of assimilating self-aware machines
It is only when the charge levied becomes of consequence to the thirsty
majority does it then become sufficient to make them do without a drink
despite their thirst. Tomorrow I leave for Boston and Wikimania.
Just like Rover shutting up shop was, once.
take a look at Harvard's new management podcast, named IdeaCast. Here's
his survey of the high-tech imaginings of sci-fi writers Arthur C.
Personally, I like his style.