Are you a person or a machine?

posted Aug 28, 2015, 8:32 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 7:04 AM ]
As a side note, have you ever met anyone that had your birthday?  Month, day and year, all three?
My wife met someone this month who did, which I believe is very unusual.

Are you a person or a machine?
 
“One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary [people] men. No machine can do the work of one extraordinary [person] man.”  Elbert Hubbard
 
I’ve updated the quote to reflect current terminology.  Read it again.  Realize that you are an extraordinary person.  Realize that no matter how awful you are at writing that you are better than the best machine (currently).  Machines can manufacture, robots are prolific manufacturers and even go after bombs plus machines have more brain power in terms of shear data retention and retrieval and know how to play chess better than most people; however people are the best machines in some instances.
 
Yes, you see where I’m going with this, Dear Writers.  You are better than machines at writing in the true sense of that word.  Not just writing down thousands of words but using the meaning of words to make a difference.
 
Make a difference today.  I’m starting to receive emails with questions, comments and suggestions and will incorporate them as the authors allow.  Sometimes I may have to make something really specific more general in order to help more of us than just the one person that stated or asked it.
 
Continue to contact me at ab3ring at juno dot com or dalanbinder at gmail dot com
 
I've also asked for guest bloggers at http://guestr.com/ it is under advisement now and will soon be posted.  I’ll detail the particulars as soon as it is accepted.

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