----- Original Message -----
From: Robert J. Bradbury <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 02, 2000 5:39 PM
Subject: Re: EUREKA et al: IBM scientists discover nanotech
> > http://www.eurekalert.com/releases/ibm-scn020200.html
> > Old-fashioned magic just doesn't seem so impressive these days....
> True.... And you ain't seen nothin yet!
Nope, but we see more and more as the days pass. I love the now, crave the
soon, and pine for the someday.
> > but nothing regarding nanocomm.
> "Nanocomm" isn't defined as a field by anyone to my knowledge.
Nah, just a lazy abbreviation for inter-nanobot communication, based more on
a certain high-flying stock of '99 than anything else.
> > Freitas have anything to say about this? This even a conceivable use?
> Robert discusses many various ways for nanobots to communicate
> in Nanomedicine. You probably don't want to go to "light" unless
> you need to go long distances. If you do, you need waveguides
> installed. Mechanical or acoustic are the best communications
> methods in your body.
Thanks for the info. I hope to someday get my paws on Nano...I've sent in
numerous requests to the campus library for them to procure a copy.
Shawshank tactics and all. It can be a tad expensive to get a slice of
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