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In May, a lot of your Facebook friends and ours posted a "privacy notice" on their Walls that did nothing but make them look silly.
Yesterday, even more of them posted a "copyright notice" on their Walls that was equally meaningless.
In a few months, it will happen again.
In the summer of 1975, when space exploration was less than two decades old, NASA Ames Research Center and Stanford University held a space settlement design summit, known as the 1975 NASA Summer Study, that envisioned what life in space might look like, with a focus on orbiting spaceships. The result was a document called “Space settlements: A design study.”
(Note: One of these is actually from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. It’s a blind item. We’ll never tell.)