Tag Archives: faith and technology

preppers, the singularity, faith, and Emerson, oh my

8 Mar

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An essay at Pragmata responds to “Self-Reliance”:

Our longing for an escape from the trap of physical technology, and in its stead an understood omnipresence, whether in the cloud or in the air or some massive invisible-to-the-user data center, is a collective act of faith, all of us wandering through the desert guided by a voice in a cloud we feed with the reverse manna of digital currency.

 

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