Posts tagged "Tech News"

Google Glass will blind civilization for good

Google Glass will blind civilization for good
The future’s so bright, I gotta wear shades Timbuk3 I’m a bit late on jabbering about the release of Google Glasses: The miracle eyewear that does everything a smartphone does, except make you look like a member of Devo. But timing really doesn’t matter because the future is unfolding 20/20 before us—revealing how blind humanity... Read more »

3D printers will soon make us all gods

3D printers will soon make us all gods
The great thing about technology is that we can pretend to be God—seemingly manipulating reality and performing miracles at the touch of a screen. Soon we will be able to create like God, because 3D printers are coming fast and they can literally make anything, right from the comfort of your own heavenly home. The... Read more »

It's the end of the world as we don't know it

It's the end of the world as we don't know it
I probably should have explained the purpose of this blog before the first article. The name Internet Rehab may seem odd, especially when humanity looks up in awe at the starry brightness of cyberspace. But what if this starry brightness is blinding us from a path leading over a cliff? What if our civilization has... Read more »
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    Miguel Conner lives in Humboldt Park with his family, patiently waiting for the beginning of the world. He is author of the critically acclaimed Voices of Gnosticism, as well as the post-apocalyptic vampire series The Dark Instinct Trilogy. His fantasy book, The Executioner’s Daughter, will be released late in 2012. His articles, fiction, and reviews have appeared in various publications (likely from editors suffering from ADD). He is the.host of Aeon Byte, a topical podcast on Gnosticism, ancient mysteries, and true conspiracy theories evolving since the beginning of civilization.

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