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DrQuine
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DrQuine   1/5/2013 12:54:18 AM
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Since many photographs now have location information, it would be interesting to display images from all viewers at a location. If the mood could be deduced, the "sad" participants might start moving towards the "happy" region of the space. I just hope that criminals don't plug into the feed and use it to monitor how they're being viewed and to plan escape routes.

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bruzzer2   1/8/2013 7:06:07 AM
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So the psych department who gave us dolphins manipulating children to sell P55 PCs before MMX apps, pioneered addiction to ads, attractors tying to clients now attempts too lure us into believing the worth of codevelopment for Intel forensic recognition algorithms. The Mega Machine attempts to profile us to secure complete control. The business of creating a limited, docile, scientifically conditioned reality adjusted to an Intel has kept pace with the transformation of that environment itself. By reinforcing its forms of conformity; rewards & adjusting stimulus that deny any real choice outside the range of Intel’s system of controls. Americans who spend 3 to 6 hours a day absorbing the contents of computers, whose entertainment are digital games, sense of reality is blunted by a world dominated by a daily intercourse with system agents will only by heroic effort be able to disengage themselves from Intel forensic clients to recover any measure of autonomy. The mega machine attempts to have us under its control. Conditioned to its interfaces and its stereotypes far more effectively than the most authoritative human source which the system now attempts to substitute. In this stage of development as science fiction writers perceive science will attempt to do directly by electronic, physical, chemical means what human institutions; religion, morals, law sought to do directly. By exhortation, persuasion, reward and discomfort namely too transform the nature of man. Intel now confidently proposes to alter human potentialities through forensic intervention constructing a substitute homunculus component of a humanly vacuous automatic system. An existence too permit no unforeseen departures or rebellions from Intel’s grip. On human culture and social invention, moral obligations and natural laws of an established society the human species has up until now avoided such a fatal arrest. Mike Bruzzone Camp Marketing

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