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wetwarediscussion

Page history last edited by PBworks 12 years, 11 months ago

The term Wetware is used to describe the embodiment of the concepts of the physical construct known as the central nervous system (CNS) and the mental construct known as the human mind. It is a two part abstraction drawn from the computer related idea of hardware or software.

 

 

Am I the only one who finds the current intro over-done / over-written? I think it would be strengthened by a more simple lead sentence, closer to a definition: Wetware is a term used to describe the central nervous system of humans or animals; originally used as a humorous analogy to the computer concepts of hardware and software. By extension...(rest of text)". While I think the current text is an interesting exploration, the opening should also be as accessible as possible.--Gregalton 07:21, 21 April 2007

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