All six Android lectures are now available for web viewing on our Reading Project Events site. It is not required of you, but I hope you will join me in watching and listening to all of these lectures. They give us much to think about as we start our Fall semesters.
Time now to meet in our small group discussions. Hundreds of these groups will gather and meet this afternoon from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in rooms all over campus.
Your Room Assignments are are also posted on the Reading Project web site.
There is so much to discuss: Bounty hunters, New New York on Mars, Penfield Mood Organs, World War Terminus, Sidney's Animal & Fowl Catalogue, Mercerism, electric sheep, humanoid robots, "specials,"empathy boxes, kipple, empathy and entropy, and more.
See you this afternoon. And don't forget to bring your essays to your discussion group.
"The electric things have their lives, too." (p. 241)
Page images: Reading Project discussion group in the Andrew D. White Library, a part of Uris Library, and the cover of the Cornell edition of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?.