“Be Careful What You Dream” / Memorable Fancies #1349

Google has invented a device to record your dreams. Plug it in at bedtime, and in the morning your dream-files (.dre) are waiting for you, ready to amuse or terrify you, brighten your conversation at the breakfast table or at work. You can post these dreams online, invite LIKEs and FOLLOWs. Certain dreams are LIKEd by government authorities so much that they FOLLOW you. <END> Buy it at amazon.com/author/terencekuch: Try Try Again – A novel of deadly U.S. political intrigue from … [Read more...]

“An Economy of Dreams – VI” / A Memorable Fancy #305

[Neuroscientists find a way to record dreams as the dreamer experienced them.]      “Most people, when awakened, haven’t remembered all their dreams; that gives us an advantage.      “‘We have a recording,’ we tell them. ‘We remember your dreams, even when you don’t. Just last week you dreamed you were disloyal. No, we won’t tell you how you were disloyal; that’s classified. But I’ll just say that it was an original kind of disloyalty, very threatening, using a deadly new kind of … [Read more...]