“Boots” / Memorable Fancies #217

[Neuroscientists find a way to record dreams as the dreamer experienced them.] Dream-recording can be forced by order of FISA in the case of accused terrorists, including those who merely served as their pastry-chefs or vanity publishers. Perhaps, was the hope, these people would dream about their co-conspirators, or where the dirty bombs were, or which American city would be next. But the accused dreamed only about Guantanamo, their cage, the boots of their guards. [Click ‘Random Post’ … [Read more...]

“An Economy of Dreams – VII” / A Memorable Fancy #312

[Neuroscientists find a way to record dreams as the dreamer experienced them.]      Dream-snooping is considered bad form unless done by university psychology departments (as part of a government-funded scientific experiment, of course), or by the FBI. The only technical issue standing in the way of all your dreams being posted on Dreambook or Blather, or used as evidence against you, is that the dream-snoop has to be within 24 inches of your head while you’re asleep, or the dream will be too … [Read more...]