I am making up for not completely understanding modern technology (or not understanding at anything all) with my plan to bypass the actual learning part, and instead becoming a robot- as you know. I have talk about my magnetic fingers: If Magneto Were an Ordinary Girl, I have discussed how google is replacing the old concept of church and god: The Oracle and Matrix meets Dr. Who
My co-workers are well aware that I am currently working on learning robot language- a communication system based on beeping and booping sounds primarily- I am already at the intermediate level. I am already well versed in the use of sonar technology in robotic linguistics. My transformation is going as well as can be expected, given that this is not actually a thing yet- currently rooted at the theoretical stage.
I have to admit, though, that I feel guilty when I am signing up for something online or interacting with a website, and I have to check that box that says “I am not a robot.” It makes me feel guilty, in a way, that I am betraying my commitment to being replaced with a robotic version of myself, in order to continue to be relevant in the modern society, because I have to tell the website what it wants to hear.