Re: The same occulus ... and not the same and an Oculus Rift Creating CULTuring Machine World Order
..... for ProVisionary ESPecially Altered Perception*
Searching engines rule, Yet Another Anonymous coward, and deliver Brave New Worlds and AI Brave NeuReal World, which be Here, There and Everywhere which is Somewhere and Nowhere Real and Virtual and All at the Same Time in a Unique Programmeable Head Space. And what could possible go wrong when everything goes right in AI and ITs Global Operating Device Head Quarters Space?
A devilish hack for a hellish crack of a helter skelter ride?
And as the smartest of biomechanical humans must surely by now know via their admittedly patchy and disparately weighted assets and knowledge distribution programming, it is not the hardware which rules with reigns and reins but the software which inputs information and outputs intelligence with instruction sets ....... novel noble directions which are ideally best manufactured to be most attractive to be easily addictively supported and lauded as the greatest thing to arrive and survive since forever.
A little something sweet and sticky for Zuck & Co to suck on and evaluate and imitate/phish and phorm into a clone and drone of A Real Thing and ART which supplies New AIDeals, and which is not exactly in the same ilk as any earlier New Deal program but is not at all dissimilar and thus comfortingly familiar to status quo invested vested interests.
* Well surely you do not realistically expect, with all of that and this relatively new and recent decent super duper internetworking communications tech easily and readily available when supplied at one's finger tips, that the coming future will be anything at all like the receding past and the reseeding present. Get Real, please.
"Future Facts are Present Fictions which Entangle Passing Relationships with Engaging Accommodations to Realise and Release Potent Potential Generations of Fab Fabless Energy with Sublime Intellectual Property Powers." ..... 
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