JIM HULL EXPLAINS EVERYTHING...
AND WHETHER YOU BELIEVE A WORD OF
IS UP TO YOU
Essays, Opinions . . . and a Little Extra
It won't be "human versus
machine" but "MACHINE versus machine" in the near
future, as humanity watches from the sidelines while
robots -- powered by artificial intelligence, genetic
algorithms, and neural nets -- battle it out for the
jobs we used to have... OR WILL THEY?
Just because machines will soon outproduce humans in
nearly every imaginable job category doesn't mean we
can't still partake. The key is creativity, and Jim tells how he
thinks it will go down in his new book, Are Humans
Check it out!
JIM EXPLAINS THE USE OF EXCLAMATION POINTS IN
(Not really. Just kidding)
a jaundiced and humorous look at our "society of adolescence"
and warns us to wake up and prepare so we don't get left
behind when robots and computers start doing everything better
than we can. Based on his book Are Humans Obsolete?, Jim takes audiences on
high-speed odysseys through the topics of Creativity, Science
vs. Religion, Why the Big Things Don't Work (and How You Can
Benefit), and the Three Futures of Employment. You can book
him right this minute by clicking HERE!
Sue Hull's historical romance, MARA HAVILAND,
is now available on the Kindle Reader! And it's in ten
different ebook formats ... oh, and it's also in print!
(You remember actual books,
don't you?) MARA is definitely a page-turner -- check
it out here.
GOD and the FEDS
A lot of conservative religious people are complaining that the federal government simply refuses to express proper Christian sentiments on its documents and buildings. There's a reason for that, you dodos! It's to protect YOU.
WHAT IS REALITY?
Oh, for crying out loud, Jim! Have you gone totally dorky? -- Um, no, not exactly. But I have inserted my opinions into a lively debate between mystics and scientists. Yes, that's very dangerous, but I'm fearless when it comes to philosophy, and I have the degree to prove it. Remember: I'm a professional! Don't try this at home!
MORE FUN FROM THE
MIND OF JIMBO:
THE ARTS! Jim thinks he's a critic! He's got opinions about films, books, fine art, commercial art, you name it - stuff he probably doesn't know anything about.
CITY LIFE! Are there things about the urban scene that bug you? Well, by golly, they make Jim cranky, too! ...Plus other odds and ends about big towns that Jim just has to share.
PHILOSOPHY! A university was lenient and gave Jim a degree in philosophy, just to get him out of its hair, and with that scrap of paper he passes himself off as a great sage. Hah! But you be the judge.
ABOUT JIM HULL: Where did he come from? When will he go back? Why is his life story so boring?
TALK TO THE AUTHOR! But caveat auctor: Jim reserves the right to put your little screed on his Web site! (And he has no dignity about this, so be careful what you say...)
...And Readers Talk Back!
"I look forward to great things if it's anywhere near as good as the promotional material." Lynne White, ad executive.
"Stimulating! Exciting!" Roget's Thesaurus.
"HONEST TO GOD, JIM, your life - what little you have revealed - is the nucleus of a novel that would appeal to millions of your generation." Robert Rimmer, author, The Harrad Experiment, Proposition 31, etc.
"Do I know you?" Stephanie French, theatrical director
" . . . Just reading your web site and it was very amusing. The little blurbs you write about the various sites are the best part of it." Larry Wilson, producer, entertainer
" . . . More pictures. I can't read, ya know." Warren Casey, art director, manager/player with the Celtic band Wicked Tinkers
"I like what you have done, though it is going to take some time to read it all. I'll consider it a 'Web Novel' that I can read late at night so I can fall asleep!" Elizabeth Bloombaum, therapist
" . . . Amusing, captivating, learned, pithy . . . . " Dick Oakes, Project Administrator, software development company
"Oh my, this little trip to your site could have swiped me away for all day! . . . Very interesting, and you are a very entertaining writer! . . . I really enjoyed your site and plan a few more forays very soon!" Ginger Berglund, jazz singer
""It's a piece of . . . amazing . . . literary . . . effort.'' Robert Jablon, journalist (quote edited to save space)
"Pretty popular web site, huh? I couldn't even reach it! 'Server not responding -- contact system administrator.' Hey, System Administrator! Get more ports for all your fans! . . . This is like getting in line for two days for Stones tickets. You're not going to take your shirt off, are you?" Lynne White, ad executive
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