He'll get an idea and dash around madly with it. Five minutes later, he's got a different idea and is off in a new direction. Occasionally, he'll combine an old and new one to create a conceptual Frankenstein that rampages through his brainscape.
He can be distressingly creative.
I think the only thing saving this planet from total destruction is that robots can't drink coffee.
Dvorak had some concerns about the privacy of my systems. I handle the distribution of parasites in the ecosystem, so I try to be as transparent as possible. I want people to know where they're going and why.
Parasites are very specific. The ones I use to slow down snail populations don't go for humans. At all.
Still, pour them into a lake where people are swimming and you would not believe the amount of grief you get.