For the past several years I’ve held on to the fantasy that if I maintained and developed new software development skills that I would, if all else failed, again be able to earn a living in the profession or perhaps even develop the next multi-megabuck app, as they are known today. But the world of computer technology and software development has undergone enormous change and the pace of this advancement is more than any one-person can keep up with especially if you are not engaged in it all day, every day. Continue reading
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Stories of Life in Virtual RealityIs the ability to become immortal by uploading the human mind prior to the death of the body into a computer going to be available in the near future? Will this become morally and ethically acceptable or even legal? What experiences do the immortals in the computer have and do they communicate with people on the outside?
Enjoy an introduction by reading a draft of the first chapter in my soon to be published first novel "Final Exit" at vrbob.wordpress.com