The sky, coloured slowly, into fascinating reds, orange, and yellow sunlight. We passed the bridge, on our smooth way back, towards nightfall. The bridge stood the same, as it always has, and the people were still there, selling their corn, selling their drink, selling their lives. Not for better ones.
Are we becoming Robots?
In a little time I shall be standing there, alone, again. And I will look upon the world as a standing ground, an arena waiting for a battle to be fought. And the battle shall be fought throughout time. The battle shall prove to be merciful, as knowledge can be a weapon that will slash […]
Final addition to my Interaction Kit
I would like to know one thing… Where is our dehumanisation and systematisation leading us to? This is the world as I see it: People are tending to flock towards online lives, social networks and chat instead of the telephone, live conversations, excercise and real life. People are becoming more violent, we are also starting […]
Swimming Pools and Nosebleeds
Social Interaction is just plain beautiful when it is easy to interact, socially. A few weeks ago I started using ping.fm, a service to update most of your social network status’. I added it as a gadget to my igoogle homepage. It is straight easy to update my status on facebook, twitter, a few of […]
Edit: This post has been removed. I realised via Google Analytics that it was one of my most popular posts, but it was just a personal story and does not give any interesting information that might be suitable if you have frequently nosebleeds when swimming (or the inverse as was my case, where my nosebleeds […]
Grab Sigur Rós, Amina, The Postal Service and The Faint, put them in a mixer. Will it blend? The sound of Fanfarlo’s debut album, Reservoir, stands as a more active version than Sigur Rós, a more Rock version than Amina, a more Acoustic version than The Postal Service, with vocals similar to The Faint’s. The […]