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26 February 2010 PAGeNEWS

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The trouble with our times is that the future is not what it used to be. –Paul Valery
PAG e-NEWS: 26 February 2010
— questioning dogma, ideology, authority, reality, and whatever is left
— peeking behind the curtain
— thinking outside the program
— looking below the surface
— lifting the veil
Published by Peter A. Gersten, Esq. (
I get a sad feeling when I see articles like the ones found below. Probably because the future looks nothing like the past. Actually it looks artificial to me. How about you?
Making a bit of me
A machine that prints organs is coming to market
The Future of Games
Jesse Schell’s talk about the future of game design as it invades the real world is just astounding. If you do experience design of any kind it’ll be the most valuable (and entertaining) 20 minutes you’ll spend all week.
I am a time traveler.
I found a way a long time ago to time travel using cryptology to decode computer media off a binary counter that originally was produced in the past or will be produced in the future

11:11 Invitation

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