TAKS Week Musings
Since I spent most of yesterday walking up and down the aisle of a testing classroom, I was given entirely too much time to think. I considered deep things and fluffy, frivolous things and lots of stuff that I could write or blog about but most of those ideas were there in a flash and *poof* gone just as quickly. Something that I pondered long and hard over, though, is telepathy. Countless times I’ve been in situations where I find myself thinking, “Man! If I could just write/blog/tweet/text telepathically, it would be awesome!” Even being able to type via subvocalization would be sweet.
Then, of course, I had to examine the logistics of telepathic computing in the classroom. I was thinking about potential cheating and that we would have to put some sort of stasis field in place during testing days or some kind of monitoring of what’s being sent and then it just devolved into a big heap of frustration. If there’s going to be telepathic/subvocalization software I should be the only one that has it in order to not make my want a moot point.
::sigh:: Being logical is hard.