I'm not the type of guy who's funny in the room. I'm the guy who's funny late at night on a computer, trying to construct jokes.
The real world has always been far more exciting and funny and dangerous to me than anything somebody could conjure up sitting in front of a computer.
It's a funny thing: people often ask how I discipline myself to write. I can't begin to understand the question. For me, the discipline is turning off the computer and leaving my desk to do something else.
Living with computers gives funny ideas.
[In] 2029, I think, computers will match and exceed human intelligence in the ways we're now superior, like being funny, where we still have an edge.
One day ladies will take their computers for walks in the park and tell each other, "My little computer said such a funny thing this morning".
Computers themselves, and software yet to be developed, will revolutionize the way we learn.
Funny is an attitude.