The name of a 1988 science fiction novel by Rudy Rucker, which explores the merger between human beings and biocybernetic technology.
Winner of the 1988 Philip K Dick award for science fiction.
In the beginning the humans built the Boppers.
Then the Boppers took over and built themselves.
And now the Boppers are making humans.
With a soft spot in their microchips for Earthlife's info-mix stew, the moon-based robots have worked out how to infuse DNA's wetware with their own software code...
1. The brain and central nervous system.
2. The administrators, operaters, and programmers in a computer network.
3. Sometimes used in science fiction to define computer hardware that has been integrated into the brain.
3. no example given
Your hardware and software seem to be fine, so I can only assume that your wetware is fucked up.
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calling someone : you wetware
Bejebus you wetware