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Did software put the universe in a shoebox yet? The world catches up to Yale’s David Gelernter

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(This is an updated post from March 2009. This marks the 20th anniversary of the first publishing of David Gelernter’s profound work, Mirror Worlds: or the Day Software Puts the Universe in a Shoebox…How It Will Happen and What It Will Mean.)

Computing transcends computers. Information travels through a sea of anonymous, interchangeable computers like a breeze through tall grass. A desktop computer is a scooped-out hole in the beach where information from the Cybersphere wells up like seawater…”

-David Gelernter, The Second Coming: A Manifesto, 2000

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