In this phenomenon, one sees simultaneously the "replacement" of a human vocalist with software, and a tool which opens pop song writing and production to millions. Numerous critiques of Hatsune have pointed out that as software, Hatsune is not subject to the self-destructive behaviors of real pop stars.
[http://www.wired.com/2012/10/mf-japan-pop-star-hatsune-miku/all/ How Virtual Pop Star Hatsune Miku Blew Up in Japan] Wired
[http://www.vulture.com/2014/11/hatsune-miku-the-future-of-music.html The Post-Human Pop Singer] New York Magazine
[http://bin.arnastofnun.is/forsida/ Begingarlýsing íslensks nútímamáls] Site (in Icelandic) given a word, returns stems of which it might be an inflected form - Alaric Hall has provided [http://alarichall.org.uk/teaching/beygingarlysingarlysing.pdf instructions] in English.
[http://uwdc.library.wisc.edu/collections/IcelOnline Icelandic Readings and Bilingual Dictionary] from University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
[http://vsnrweb-publications.org.uk/ Viking Society for Northern Research Publications] Many of these are older but there is some more recent material. Literary as well as linguistic resources
2015 Black Hat keynote delivered by Jennifer Granick, Director of Civil Liberties at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society. Granick describes trends likely to affect the future of the Internet in the next 20 years.
1958 essay by Leonard Read written from the first person perspective of a pencil describing its own creation
from Ward Cunningham
Read describes a supply chain of modest Economic Complexity. They are primarily "extractive". Forresters remove trees. Miners minerals, and so forth. The machinery that mills the pencil has its own supply chain and its expense reflects engineers and machinists earning their salaries.