On the Abutment Against Artificial, Time-Delimited Technological Barriers and the Engagement of Future Technologies in the Mind of the Modern Fan (An Ode to Abraham, from a Flight from Iceland) or Why New Tech Still Sucks

Once upon a time, on a WOW Air flight from Reykjavik, Iceland to Baltimore, USA, a twenty-something man named Abraham turned to the totally doesn’t look forty-something woman in the next seat and said, “I wish I could go back to the eighties [or before] and experience what it was like to see the Star…

100 Days of Art – Day 24: Jim Henson

Today is the 78th anniversary of Jim Henson’s birth. The occasion struck me both because of his great talent, and the realization that he would be almost precisely my mom’s age had he lived. He died at age 53, younger than I am now, from a bacterial infection. Too soon, by decades. Hope there’s a…