Steve Talbott

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The idea has seized our imaginations with all the force of a logical necessity. In fact, you could almost say that the idea is the idea of logical necessity — the necessity of embedding little bits of silicon logic in everything around us. What was once the feverish dream of spooks and spies — to plant a " bug " in every object — has been enlarged and(More)
The cardiac ganglion of Portunus sanguinolentus exhibits spontaneous rhythmic activity when isolated. The ganglion contains five large and four small intrinsic neurons and is innervated by three pairs of fibres originating in the thoracic ganglia. We have identified the processes of the large neurons in electron micrographs by injecting these cells with two(More)
Devices of the Soul: Battling for Our Selves in an Age of Machines is a book about how the construction of modern human identity is being perverted by the excessive use of the Internet and computers in the twenty-first century. The book focuses on the effects of technology through a sociological lens, but various legal issues are explored as well.(More)
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