I'm having one of those weeks when one problem related to the internet causes lots of them. What a web of complication we weave with our modern technology. Earlier this evening I was listening to an interview with Kevin Kelley, author of What Technology Wants, and it occurs to me that I am stuck in something that could be considered a little brain hemmorhage of my neighborhood of the world internet brain.
On the same program they interviewed Paul Davies, author of The Eerie Silence which is about the search for alien life in the universe. He thinks that if we detect other life it may have already evolved into computer-like life forms, which might be tended by human-like life forms.
The interviews were on the program To the Best of Our Knowledge from Wisconsin Public Radio. I have become addicted to listening to my digital radio on weekends. Intelligent people abound, and there are no annoying ads.
I'm hoping that tomorrow I'll be able to get things back on an even keel, and spend time and energy on more important matters, such as preparing for our fall concerts on December 9th and 12th.