No it won't. The human entity is the most advanced machine in the 
known universe, and no machine will ever remotely compare to the 
delicacy and sophistication of an artist or crafsman.....only the 
unperceptive cannot see this. Can you imagine a machine that writes 
a Mozart or Bach concerto. Or a "Stairway to Heaven" - LZ, or a 
Carlos Santana, Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd ?
It is the same for crafts and art. Great art is way beyond the scope 
of any machine....except the human brain supercomputer.

OffWorld


--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Jason Spock <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
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>  
>        No, thats not the way the future will be.  Technology will 
be so advanced that it would be possible to make Unique Custom-made 
things through machines on a mass scale.
>    
>       Toffler and other futurists call it "Mass Customisation".  
It's an oxymoron.
>    
>       The buyer himself sitting in his house will feed the 
specifications into the Manufacturer's computer through the net, and 
machines craft out Unique products as programmed into it.
>   
> off_world_beings <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>   Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2006 22:34:03 -0000
> Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Why do men spit?
> 
>    
>   Incorrect. The more money people have (men and women) the more 
they want hand-made and unique things. Many craftsmen and women 
today 
> make their well-paid living because of people (a lot of women - 
wether single, married, lesbian relationship, etc.) wanting hand-
crafted parts to their homes and will pay a lot for it.
> 
> OffWorld
> 
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