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December 30, 2010


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I would submit that it is not the dark ages that are coming, but the too bright light of the invasive screen. In the land of dark one can find solace and privacy. In the hyper-skid landscape of screens, mind and content go corrosive and flat. Isn't one form of torture to keep the accused in endless light.

Oh, that's really good Bill. You've got it exactly. I was making an historical comparison, but this new coming age will indeed be one of endless light.

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