There has never been an unexpectedly short debugging period in the history of computers.
Computer technology is so built into our lives that it's part of the surround of every artist.
The world is poised on the cusp of an economic and cultural shift as dramatic as that of the Industrial Revolution.
We were promised a society of philosophers. But the Blogosphere is looking more and more like a nation of ankle-biters.
I think that the most beautiful thing lately hasn't been in hardware or software per se but collaboration - the idea behind Napster, which uses the distributed power of the Internet as its engine.
The fact that biological, or ""natural"" rules might help in the creation of a computer generated work of art is interesting, but even a wonderful work of art made in this fashion isn't the same as a person, with all his or her experiences and emotions involved, making art.