Andrew Lambdin-Abraham (kd5mdk) wrote,
Andrew Lambdin-Abraham

From Ars Technica predictions on WWDC

Stevie J will be announcing his departure from the Apple Arena. Feeling secure in the wide spread adoption and brand recognition garnered from the iPod and the renewed and growing interest in the new intel machines, capable of booting both OS X and Windows, he will move on to bigger and better things. This will mainly involve creating a Burning Man competitor.
A decade into the future, after a widespread apocalypse, these two groups of remotely living and drug enlightened peoples will wage war against each other for the rights to repopulate the earth.
Burning Man will win and the world will be cast into shadow (with lots of tracers and glowsticks) for several centuries, after which, visiting aliens will have colonized Earth and turned mankind into a slave-race. Finding them less than optimal the aliens will infuse new genetic material into our DNA, unknown to them, that this is the sixth or seventh time this has occurred here. The genetic material that they fuse to our helix-like strains of DNA will trigger a mutation, giving man god like powers and hastily beating back the alien hordes.
Maybe I took that a little to far... but that's my prediction.


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