What do you think? My spider senses are tingling with the reservations acquired from dystopian universes but on the cool side we can be like Stephen Hawking!
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Before we hop into today’s review of Michio Kaku’s new book, The Future of the Mind, I want to let you guys know that next month I’ll be opening up the One Lazy Robot Blog space to… you.
Yes, you read that correctly. For those of you wily bloggers out there interested in trying your hand at this, I’m going to be accepting some guest posts. Think you’ve got what it takes to woman the controls of the One Lazy Robot? Well, give it a shot. Write up a blog post, length is optional, though I’d try and keep it under 3,000 words. As for topics, you know, let the winds of destiny carry you where they may.
Want to write about robots in sci-fi? Word.
Want to write about the best book you’ve read this week, month, year? Double word.
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