Saturday, 28 March 2015

Important PSA: 2008 was 7 years ago. Kids born then who are now attending school do not know a world without iPhones, a world containing CDs and CRTs and internet incapable of streaming video. The concept of dial-up and floppy disks are alien to them. Facebook has always been an ever-present part of their lives, dictating their social status and interaction. Phone calls are an ancient art to them, employed only when Skype, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, and SMS prove insufficient. Waiting more than five minutes for a response is excruciating, obeying the strictures of correct grammar and punctuation is a waste of energy.
And these children hold in their hands the tools that will shape humanity in the next generation and beyond.

What form will it take?

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Ideas are like sand: Abundant, yet insubstantial. Apply sufficient concentrated heat, and you can forge glass: Brittle, but beautiful. Reinforce with a steel frame and layers of laminate, and you have yourself a window to another world.

Monday, 9 March 2015

When you live every day trying not to forget
Every second that's slipped by, life is naught but regret.

Friday, 6 March 2015

A man without walls spends his life building them.
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