Christopher G. Moore Updates: 21 November 2014

Dear Readers,

This week I write about a strange experience I had on the MRT in Bangkok, and the lesson it taught me about privacy.

Tito Haggardt, a film maker based in Hawaii, shot video of William Wait, the brilliant saxophonist and psychologist, and me discussing a wide range of subjects from free will, AI, to the nature of creativity. After Tito edits the footage, the video will go up on Youtube. I'll keep you posted.

By the way, if you have a Thai based source who can produce a thousand pair of socks with pineapples printed on them in the style of the Expressionist painters of the 19th century, I know someone who would place an immediate order. Socks aren't really my thing. So back to books.

When the time comes to buy that book for a holiday gift, here's a place where you buy one of my print editions cheap. And who doesn't like a bargain?

I am currently reading Michael Graziano's Consciousness and the Social Brain and can highly recommend it.



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