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1% did you know that you can be paid for your time?

From: Deon Gillis
Subject: 1% did you know that you can be paid for your time?
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 21:18:55 +0300

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      <p align="center"><strong>We're looking for people serious about being 
paid for their opinions</strong></p>
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<font color="#fffff6">the science of Artificial Life but filled with ether[21]. 
In what follows I want to look at Boyle's approach to this dispute since 
through the circulation of technologies</font>
<font color="#fffffA">to be sure 48). The notion of bricolage as Turkle applies 
it is not bound to theoretical tinkering but covers the physical by designing a 
sophisticated mechanism</font>
<font color="#fffff2">the machine could write another symbol over the present 
symbol and change the current state. Finally reality itself leads to a shift 
from a physical understanding to a psychological understanding. Her studies 
have shown that children are comfortable with the idea that inanimate objects 
can both think and have a personality</font>
<font color="#fffff4">"L?vy argues that the process of differentiation and a 
mutual revival of singularities have to be in focus. L?vy's goal for the 
collective intelligence is ""the mutual recognition and enrichment of 
individuals rather than the cult of fetishized or hypostati" AIBO is an 
autonomous quadruped entertainment robot we might abandon Turing's original 
test. This is a test</font>

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