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Posted Wednesday 17th October 2012 19:44 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2012/10/16/new_q_memo/
Re: Not another one

Not another one

And Q isn’t just younger, he’s also tooled up for a new age: a computer geek, not a maker of underwater breathing equipment or exploding pants.

Oh, good – the Bond franchise has boldly decided to include one of today’s most tiresome character cliches. Apparently imagination is not a requirement for Bond scriptwriters.

When will film and TV people learn that computers are boring? Sure, designing, building, and programming them are often quite interesting, and not infrequently fun. Even administering the damned things can offer a bit of entertainment. But on-screen they’re dull, dull, dull, even in the ridiculous fantasy world of fictional “hacking” where top people can share a keyboard.

The computer has become deus and machina in one – it’s the magic box lazy writers turn to whenever they write themselves into a corner, or in many cases just have a minor plot hurdle to overcome. And the hacker-nerd is their modern Delphic oracle – minus drugs and nudity – so the action heroes needn’t bow down before it. ….. Michael Wojcik Posted Wednesday 17th October 2012 18:14 GMT

Man, are you in for a surprise, Michael Wojcik, for you haven’t the faintest idea about what has already been done and threatens to terrify mankind into submission with the revelation of masterly control programming protocols and meme algorithms with the truth shared and proven to be stranger but no stranger to fiction.
And there aint nothing you can do about it, nor anything anybody can range against it to stop IT on its cosmic source course.
And doubting and denying that be possible, is that which allows it free reign to do as is pleasing.
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