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July 11, 2007

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Maggie

My grandma became a cyborg way back in 1971 (pacemaker) and we were all quite happy ... more or less ... that she was able to stick around for another 15 years on account of it. I am happy to have a cyborg friend, especially one who makes great apple pie.

DianeAKelly

And the cyborg part even gives me the ability to eat the pie. I particularly like that.

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  • Diane A. Kelly
    Diane Kelly is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where she studies the neural wiring and mechanical engineering of reproductive systems.
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    Jim Cambias writes science fiction and designs games in the lonely wilderness of Western Massachusetts.

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