The minimum we should hope for with any display technology is that it should do no harm.
It would appear that we have reached the limits of what it is possible to achieve with computer technology although one should be careful with such statements as they tend to sound pretty silly in 5 years.
U.S. nuclear technology is one of this nation's most valuable secrets and it should have been protected.
There are better alternatives... Australia should be exporting its solar technology not its uranium.
The laws of physics should allow us to arrange things molecule by molecule and even atom by atom and at some point it was inevitable that we would develop a technology that would let us do this.
What we can do should never by itself determine what we choose to do yet this is the way technology tends to work.
Looking down the road space exploration and the benefits it yields - in medicine and information technology - should not be overlooked.
We shouldn't build a technology to colour or grey out what people say. The media in general is balanced although there are a lot of issues to be addressed that the media rightly pick up on.
We need to make sure that there's art in the school. Why? Why should art be in the school? Because if art isn't in a school then a guy like Steve Jobs doesn't get a chance to really express himself because in order for art to meet technology you need art.
I love technology and I don't think it's something that should divide along gender lines.
I've always felt that technology can be used to our benefit and should be used to our benefit.
Building one space station for everyone was and is insane: we should have built a dozen.
People who are really serious about software should make their own hardware.
My mother a teacher encouraged me to use my creativity as an actual way to make a living and my father a Mississippi physician did two things. First he taught me that all human beings should be treated equally because no one is better than anyone else and he never pressured me to become a doctor.
Quite honestly I never had a desire to be an actor. I tell people I did not choose acting acting chose me. I never grew up wanting to be an actor. I wanted to play football. In about 9th grade an English teacher told me I had a talent to act. He said I should audition for a performing arts high school so I did on a whim. I got accepted.
In high school I was Mr. Choir Boy. I had solos I was helping out the tenors with their parts and our choir teacher would ask me what songs we should do.
Writing I'm convinced should be a subversive activity - frowned on by the authorities - and not one cooed over and praised beyond common sense by some teacher.
The teacher of history's work should be ideally not simply a description of past cultures but a performance of the culture in which we live and are increasingly taking our being.
But the idea that I should be a teacher and a researcher of some sort did not vary over the years.
I was very studious too much. I would never go out at weekends. I was very serious. You should have seen me in class - I was blushing and sweating every time the teacher asked me something.
In my teens I developed a passionate idolatry for a teacher of English literature. I wanted to do something that he would approve of more so I thought I should be some sort of a scholar.
But I think that any young drummer starting out today should get himself a great teacher and learn all there is to know about the instrument that he wants to play.
They should regard me as what I am. I am a spiritual leader and teacher.
Prior to being allowed to enter the profession prospective teachers should be asked to talk with a group of friendly students for at least half an hour and be able to engage them in an interesting conversation about any subject the prospective teacher wants to talk about.