James J. Pulizzi, PhD, is a writer and independent scholar living in Los Angeles, and has taught at UCSB and UCLA. He writes about the intersection of technology, philosophy, and contemporary culture. He blogs at fractalrealism.wordpress.com, and his writing has appeared or is forthcoming in the American Book Review, Science Fiction Studies, and The Minnesota Review.
Singularity Now, or Why We Already Live in the Future
RATHER THAN MONOLITHIC iPhones or bulky portable computers, people now wear their information processing devices — as jackets lined with circuitry that ...