From The Future

From The Future explores the intertwining of past experiences and futuristic imaginings through lyrical historical essays, and science fiction stories. It examines human emotions, potential futures, the significance of storytelling, and personal growth, offering both speculative and reflective insights into navigating life's complexities.

Science Fiction Historical Reflections Personal Growth Storytelling and Memory Futuristic Worlds Human Emotions Innovation and Creativity Interpersonal Relationships

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294 implied HN points 17 Jul 23
  1. A new era called The Great Interruption seems to be approaching, freeing us from the constant distractions and reclaiming our attention
  2. Information and attention have always been intertwined, impacting humanity's growth and evolution
  3. Interest Grids could be the future of organizing our attention, helping us navigate a world inundated with information and distractions
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196 implied HN points 01 Mar 23
  1. The text discusses the theme 'Dinosaurs' through a story called 'Retrieval'.
  2. It talks about an ancient crime and the impact of a space probe on a planet.
  3. The story presents a gathering of nodes on a planet planning their next steps for future exploration.
157 implied HN points 03 Jun 23
  1. The story revolves around a complex love triangle involving mysterious characters and hidden motives.
  2. The characters are drawn into a world of secrecy, missions, and unexpected alliances that challenge their relationships.
  3. Themes of longing, secrecy, and the complexity of human emotions are central to the narrative.
78 implied HN points 01 Jul 23
  1. The Nodes debated their responsibility towards a new carbon species they found on a planet.
  2. A faction wanted to help the carbon beings, while another group had plans to manipulate them.
  3. The story involves an island, a team on a mysterious mission, and unexpected actions unfolding.
78 implied HN points 06 Feb 23
  1. Two years ago, the author started writing as a positive outlet for themselves.
  2. Reflecting on this journey helped the author remember their motivation from 2 years ago.
  3. The writing process led to the creation of two books inspired from daily reflections.
39 implied HN points 05 Feb 23
  1. To fly, you need more than just knowledge - you need to understand yourself and others.
  2. Learning all there is won't do much if you don't have human connection.
  3. In our journey of ambitions and dreams, connections with others are what keep us flying.