April 3, 2017
From the article:
On some not-too-distant day, it will become clear that our civilization has become so reliant on highly efficient, wondrously intelligent machinery that we simply do not need that many people to work in traditional jobs. There will be plenty of wealth to go around, but not that much work. Unless we want millions to starve or go homeless or riot in the streets, our society will need to guarantee a minimum income for everyone by letting all citizens share in the vast wealth created by robot labor.
Robots, not immigrants, are taking American jobs
September 17, 2016
Her Code Got Humans on the Moon—And Invented Software Itself
She showed an incredible amount of foresight in anticipating the human element in computer use. It almost wouldn’t surprise me if she had invented the term luser. Note that the L is silent, of course, but if said properly, the tone of voice makes the L more than apparent despite its silence.
August 25, 2009
Courtesy of xkcd
Of course the problem with this is that although it is literally true, those who need such instructions can’t read flow charts.