Ushering in Panoptica.

The biggest delay in Panoptica is my determination to write in the mind of a drone. That’s really hard to do.

Fortunately the Daily Mail drones help me out now and then.

Google Glass is going to be classed as an invasion of privacy because it allows people to film in public using their silly specs instead of a video camera. Filming in public is not illegal despite repeated arrests of people doing it. Two Home Secretaries have had to publically declare that it is not illegal and still the thin-minded blue line fail to grasp its simplicity. Even though they have used YouTube public filming to bring charges… doublethink runs deep.

The drones have no idea at all. Just look at the best rated comments on there.

The biggest issue with Panoptica was – how could it happen? How could that horrible regime be forced on people?

Look again at the best rated comments. It will not be forced on them. They will demand it.

I have to skip a few Smoky-Drinkies for writing purposes. Norman’s House first and then Panoptica.

Might be light on the blogging too. Words must be written, and then placed in the right order.

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6 thoughts on “Ushering in Panoptica.

  1. “It will not be forced on them. They will demand it.”

    The Bible actually says something very similar:

    “For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape”.-1 Thess. 5:3

    Bear in mind that the Roman world understood the words ‘peace’ and ‘safety’ slightly differently than we do , infact in a ‘panoptica-esque’ sense…in the same sense that Victorian Brits considered their missionary work as bringing ‘civilization’.

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  2. Looking forward muchly to Panoptica! And I agree with Rightwingit: your writing is VERY good and you should highlight it more! If you could start selling enough to actually do it full time it’d be a wonderful thing!

    🙂
    MJM

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