The other day I watched the Black Mirror episode ‘The Entire History of You‘, and it was wonderful and terrifying and a really good work of science fiction.
Most of all, it was a really good work of fiction, period, because it successfully gave you two competing claims for a moral then forced you to decide which was right.
Continue reading “In a good story, the opposing tension supports the weight”
The other day, I replied to a forum thread about The Matrix series, and gave a longish response tangentially related to the topic.
But! it captured an idea I’ve often thought about without expressing in writing before: Continue reading “By 2016, we realize the machines don’t need a war or Matrix to enslave us”