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The Lower Mainland Bookcrossing Meetup Group Message Board › Will the process of writing a book begin to fail when computers can write ab

Will the process of writing a book begin to fail when computers can write about emotions?

A former member
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Every day a large 'beast' begins to cover the horizon. Computers, data, memory and data has begun to grab the spaces around us. Each time we open something, a can of tomatoes, it has a bar code that only can be read by a reader attached to a computer. Pin numbers held behind black strips and ATMs. Our own voice trapped within a server farm, so we can say we are not there, leave a message.
What happens when all that data, memory, webspace and cpu are compiled so that any book can be written or processed for the ereader?
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