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Something some of my friends have already seen...
Reading my friends page, I see hiphopatcong's post about mine-hunting dolphins.

All of our mutual friends have seen this, but holy fuck, I know the cybersphere peeps will appriciate this. wm_gibson_feed's mine-hunting drug addict dolphin is just about here. Now all we need is a bit more work in implants, futher development of corpocracies, and a three dimensional browser. One of the wierd characters from a novel I read when I was a wee tot that seemed like a dark future far off exists now.

Microsoft sent me Mechwarrior a couple of years ago, the single player campaign is tons of fun. And my Pokedex is coming quite well, thank you.

I'll review the concert tomorrow.

Feeling: indescribable indescribable
Listening to: Wesley Willis, Colorado State Patrol

Chorus of 3 demons || Preach it
Comments
From: csmole Date: March 27th, 2003 07:55 pm (UTC) (Hard link)

Dolphins.

The thing I've gathered is that this is actually not a brand new practice and may have been going on for quite some time. I mean, it makes sense - dolphins are intelligent and both better swimmers and better at locating things underwater than any human could be. It does show that Gibson was wrong on one thing, though: they don't even need an addiction to smack to be coerced into doing it.
A 3-D browser would be good.
kingfox From: kingfox Date: March 28th, 2003 07:32 am (UTC) (Hard link)

Re: Dolphins.

Well, wait until the first mass AWOL during mating season or the like, and then they'll get them hooked on smack.
kingfox From: kingfox Date: April 3rd, 2003 12:58 pm (UTC) (Hard link)

Whoops!

No, Gibson was right. We DID need to get them hooked on smack.
Chorus of 3 demons || Preach it