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Requiem for E

Composer: Link Starbureiy
(see also ER)

The UUe

Author: Link Starbureiy
The UUe is a thesis that discusses topics about cybernetics from a juking perspective. Using the UUe jukebox as the exemplary appliance (in this case an ABI) while at the same time drawing largely on personal experience (it is written in a non-neutral, first-person voice), the article (plus any companion media, such as models) explicitly entails* concepts and a vision for the so-called cyborg.Its main achievement purports to demonstrate the Starbureiy hypothesis in a standalone lab. (see also RE, ER, developus, Cyborg Movement, Juke Lemma, Pajamas, UUelcome, Easter)

Note (+): Published under UUhistlegrass. One could postulate that this article, The UUe, is the libretto to ER.

The UUe approaches cybernetics on two (2) fronts. On one front, it demonstrates how to use the game (juking) for optimizing ludology. On the other front, it expands - as a byproduct - on a core outline of essentials for economic fitness (per proofing).

My predisposition is, in fact, largely personal. I was careless and sloppy with my body in my twenties and got injured often. That led to me designing a costume that could regulate my health. I figured the best way to manage all of these (incoming) changes would be to not to do it locally (too much work), but delegate globally instead. Rather than just working on myself (cyborg), it seems easier to become to the central part of cybernetic environment with all parts contributing to 'the body', so to speak.

The UUe assumes that cybernetics is a requisite to having the jukebox becoming a public utility (a central aspect of civil engineering), and hence, cybernetics (governance) are imperative for system autonomy (scalable subject input). To that end, one ambition is to have absolute kernel usage compliancy.