SevenCubed - 3:59 pm on Dec 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
I love the idea of the driver-less car that knows when to pick me up and could maybe ensure the heating and lights were on at home, inform the wife I'm on the way, perhaps even make my travel arrangements for the weekend for me by linking in to Google's bespoke travel service......all while I sit and listen to the posts on Webmasterworld being read to me by a computer, pre-programmed with the voices of my favourite comedians to ensure the punchlines are delivered perfectly.
You're describing the life of a quadriplegic.
We need more of this kind of thinking in the world.
Atrophy of your brain, your last living aspect that managed to evade the quadriplegic event, will follow shortly thereafter. But it's not all bad. You'll still have enough cognition left in you to witness your last breath (Gabriel blowing the fog horn) as you drift back into the mystic.
What you said is funny. Surely that paragraph must have been said tongue-in-cheek?