Don't expect this to be the truth, all the truth and nothing but the truth. Yesterday (many moons ago) in Ibaraki Prefecture the rice fields were beautiful. We like books, even the dusty old books at the hundreds of used book shops in Tokyo's Jimbocho district, but will books be around much longer? Will the internet, with it's trivial pursuit approach to life, destroy the solid musty world of paper books and edited, reviewed, critiqued books? What will happen to true learning and knowledge? Will the simple digital ones and zeros destroy the infinite possibilities of analog? Who cares? Not me! I'm too old to worry. But,it is interesting to speculate ... robots do everything, people lose the need for arms and legs. Sounds like an old news story from Life magazine.
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