Brewster went gray in the first panel. Cliff will make anyone grow gray hair.
This is partly a case of " Sometimes it’s better not to say anything."
Soon the digital gadgets will communicate for us.
Brewster’s phone went red in the last panel, embarrassed for it’s owner?
Next step: an implant that automatically tells you to whom you are speaking and from where you know them…
She’s not being ridiculous. That’s exactly what’s happening. I just don’t understand why she’s so worried about it. Seems mostly beneficial to me.
I want that app.
Pamela Mae Snap…
Speaking of fingertips reminds me of the device in the “Total Recall” remake; the one with the built-in phone in your hand and when you press it against glass a holo-screen appears with the person’s info.
A curious paradox of our times…we have access today to more information than at any point in human history…and we seem to have more stupid people today than at any point in human history…
I don’t understand any of this? I will need to look it up on the internet. Before I comment. Please stand by.
And Socrates thought that depending on written records would ruin people’s memories. Same as it ever was.
James Burke talked about this in an episode of The Day The Universe Changed. IIRC, He gave an example of testimony in a case where the court had to determine the age of someone. The witnesses placed the birth of that person before or after other events in their memories.
I saw a woman in our small town yesterday who told me that she hadn’t seen me in a coon’s age. I know her, but still can’t remember her name. =p
Brewster has had too many anal probes from outer space aliens.
Now he’s being ridiculous.
Now the problem is being able to discern credible sources from deceptive sources…
I’m an aviation technician, and the number one rule is to NEVER go by memory on anything. Always check the latest revisions on everything you work on, because they can change on a daily basis.
Pam is forgetting that you have to remember how to look it up.