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Sun Microsystems

Founded in 1982, Sun Microsystems was an early adopter of networking concepts and practices that form the basis of the Internet today, such as network file sharing and the use of platform independent software solutions like Java. It was co-founded by Bill Joy.

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Are We Becoming An Endangered Species? Technology and Ethics in the 21st Century By Washington National Cathedral
Embrace, Don't Relinquish, the Future By Max More
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Technotopia and the Death of Nature By James John Bell
Exploring the 'Singularity' By James John Bell
Soul of a New Machine By James Daly
The Human Machine Merger: Why We Will Spend Most of Our Time in Virtual Reality in the Twenty-first Century By Ray Kurzweil
The Technological Singularity By Vernor Vinge
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Promise And Peril By Ray Kurzweil

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