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(February 26, 2002)



signs and portents...



In the frozen tundra, a two headed moose foetus is mourned...whilst in the paranoid states, consent has a technological ally in the shape of the Consent Condom (..."If YES the woman then opens the packet and removes the inner sleeve which is laminated to retain finger and thumb prints (this packet is only for the woman to open)"...) - and a lone roboticist strives for the truth:

"It will always be better if a human journalist is able to move freely," Csikszentmihalyi says. "But since they're not, I thought, If the military can have drones, why can't we?"

To answer his own question and drive forward the broader debate about remote-controlled drones, the 33-year-old engineer, artist and director of MIT Media Lab's Computing Culture Group began last December to create the first nonmilitary, nonhuman roving war correspondent, dubbed the Afghan Explorer... "
(from Salon).


In Taiwan, priests receive the Buddha's finger and back in America, teens make a stand against evolution.

So, remind me - why is there so little satire on the internet?



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