Spike Jones wrote:
> Please, napster fans, how do we motivate people to do things
> like writing The Spike if their blood, sweat and tears can so
> easily be copied free? How much thought do you put into
> your extropian posts? Very little if you are anything like me.
> Would you want books that were no higher quality than what
> we read on our chat groups? Have any of you chat groups
> that are *not* brainy ones like extropians? I do: a motorcycle
> enthusiasts group. The writing there is so poor and the thoughts
> so shallow it is scarcely worth the effort to hit the delete key on
> most of them. Is our literary future to be like that? Napster fans?
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into the Singularity the Singularitarian Principles Singularity Analysis
Frequently Asked Questions about the Meaning of Life all absolutely free
no charge thank you for shopping at the Low Beyond.
Of course, one may find it hard to run an industry that way. And I have
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have no moral objection to sending Damien Broderick huge truckloads of
-- firstname.lastname@example.org Eliezer S. Yudkowsky http://singinst.org/beyond.html
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