Aside from a rich understanding of how the human mind came to be the way it is - including a lot of rather haphazard moving into adjacent possibilities without any particular intention or evolutionary momentum - I am delighted by the possibilities for the future.
Jack confirms what many altThinkers would already assert: that my mind is not coterminous with me, that in interweaves with other minds, and that it is inextricably interlaced with the wider environment.
He then predicts (and shows his workings) that all these qualities are, if anything, likely to become more marked as we participate in and collaborate with cyberous systems that enhance our individual capacities to see, hear, understand, communicate and create.
Whatever happens, it seems like the mind is going to become increasingly obviously a property of the wider environment and not of my 'self'.
We'll all be ecobuddhists yet.