Ahh, I thought that article was going to touch on nano-technology.
It's kind of surreal to think about, even though I'm sure in the next 40-50 years it'll totally be doable. Personally, I'm more interested in the virtual reality they briefly mentioned at the end there than downloading my 'brain' into some sort of hardware. Though, I guess you never know, in 40-50 years a lot could change.
Misque and I were just talking about how, with the new technology for 3D filming, it wouldn't be that difficult to make a full immersible virtual world. How easy, or cheap, it would be to have access is another thing all together.
Randomly, why would they even add your yogurt saying good morning to you? Like, having planes too afraid to crash and even storing your brain on a computer, well, okay, but why on earth would you want your food to talk to you? That's creepy!
er, sorry I rambled a bit.
picword: why is the redneck so CUTE?