Robot Librarians?

August 18, 2011

Okay, not just librarians. These are amazing. Similar to the Kilobots / I wrote about previously / the Swarmanoids work together to achieve a goal.

I’d like to see them doing housework, of course. And yardwork… I prefer human librarians.

What would you have them do?

/ To surrender or to cull /:  how do we decide what we will or will not allow ourselves time to experience, explore, and savor?

Some sad but maybe true humor:  what your editor might mean when he tells you / you’ve gotten it wrong /.

As per culling and surrendering above: /  how to focus your writing /, keeping only what is necessary, but still creating as vividly as possible a real world or a real character:

I love this quote:  “Each person who sits down to write faces not a blank page but his own vastly overfilled mind. The problem is to clear out most of what is in it, to fill huge plastic garbage bags with a confused jumble of things that have accreted there over the days, months, years of being alive and taking things in through the eyes and ears and heart.”

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