We’re All Becoming Cyborgs (and you’re one of us)

January 12th, 2011 § 0 comments

Written by Everett Bogue | Follow me on Twitter.

Try explaining to someone who hasn’t used Twitter that we’re becoming a race of cyborgs, they’ll look at you like you just teleported in from Gallifrey.

The reality is that we did just teleport in. We’re becoming a new form of convergent homo sapien: time travelers with wormholes in our pockets… and it’s only a short time before those wormholes move from our pockets to somewhere far more useful.

I want you to watch this, because I hope it can make what is happening to you make sense. Amber Case is one of the must beautiful fraking brilliant geniuses on the planet at this very moment. I can’t explain to you in words how important this information is to you, me, and the world we’re working towards.

We are all becoming cyborgs. You’re either one of us, or you will be soon. You can try to fight it, deny it, but it won’t change the fact that this is happening.

You’re a part of this, and the change is accelerating with the exponential nature of technology.

Yesterday I Twittered: “You do not want to be a control group in exponential evolution. It’s just a really bad idea. We have to upgrade or yikes.” This much is true.

Some of you are being left behind, lost in the noise. A great deal of the build up in/of frustration, anger, jealousy that you’re seeing in your world is directly related to this change.

One of my foremost worries right now: what if the divide becomes too vast? We’re going to be exploring this in more detail here, on Twitter, and in the new e-book we’re working on.

All cyborgs will need to learn to breathe –this is our practice.

Let’s all embrace our own humanity, in the things we’ve created.

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