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Comments are forever closed.
Heads up: we do keep a copy of your IP address if you post a comment, though, just in case we need to ban you if you start abusing the commenting system. It has
find yourself using the comment field, you'll notice that the "Your Name" field will already be filled with whatever alias you have used last. You did use an alias,
The list is forever closed.
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Comments are forever closed.
Our message boards or comment system (collectively, the message boards) have a very simple rule: don't be a dick.
Despite this simplicity, it is hard for some people to comply. Sometimes, some really stupid stuff is said. This means that by using our site, you are bound to be exposed to content that is offensive, indecent or objectionable. We don't generally castrate the voice of the stupid, unless absolutely necessary, as their words bring a great deal of contrast to those who comment within the borders of reason.
We welcome all kinds of creativity whenever possible, but it does happen from time to time that some of the material submitted can't be run on our site. That's right: even CoN doesn't want you. That should tell you something.
We reject items that are impossible to salvage. This is either from a writing style which borders the literal incomprehensibility or because the material is pretentiously ignorant or, worse, purposely malicious.
Please note that the United States of America's concept of ''freedom of speech'' does not apply to a Canadian based publication. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms grants (2b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication; however, these Fundamental Freedoms are (1) subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society. There may be a debatable thin line between writing satirical or critical content, versus hateful speech; however, it's a line none-the-less that we are obligated to respect to the best of our abilities.
|"Would we be forced, one day, to give machines rights?"|
|“Super-intelligence is a serious danger for humanity, possibly even more dangerous than nuclear weapons.”|
|"When it comes to growing intestines, the first inch is the hardest."|
|"90% of British civil service workers have jobs so pointless, they could easily be replaced by robots."|
|“Mark Zuckerberg's manifesto [...] is a scary, dystopian document.”|
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|"It's the equivalent of being able to see a grapefruit on the surface of the Moon."|
|"Renewable are no longer ‘alternative.’ Rather, fossil fuels are increasingly ‘legacy.’"|
|"It could help usher in a new cycle-centric transport paradigm across the country.”|
|"Robots with legs can go a lot of places that wheels cannot.”|
|Documentary on Toronto's Subway at the End of the Service Day|