Physical machines can enhance the nonphysical, the human psyche. We store our memories in our writing, our pictures, our photographs. In my cellphone are the numbers of everybody I know, and even some who I don't. We have outsourced beyond the body, beyond the mind. Almost everything I do involves a tool in someway. I no longer expect myself to know how to spell anything, after all that's the spell checker's job. I noticed that from just switching between java editors(from one with more features to a more basic one) that I had "outsourced" some of my knowledge. When I switched back I had trouble remembering some of the old commands that my newer editor had taken care of for me. Can all this reliance on technology be healthy?