Talk:Wetware hacker

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Mary Shelley wrote a novel titled "Frankenstein" about the social ramifications of man-made life, as did H.G. Wells with "The Island of Dr. Moreau". Rudy Rucker has written a science fiction novel titled "Wetware".

And those are examples of (fictional) experimentation that those who use the term do in fact use as examples of "wetware hacking"?

Would wetware hacking be a better title? I am not recommending it, I'm just asking. --Larry Sanger 19:18, 22 September 2007 (CDT)