Enjoying this book a lot! His art is fun and his storytelling is fun. I identify with him a lot. Drawing from comic books as a kid, being the best drawer in the class. Uni in the sixties at Canterbury.
I learn about art too. For example the British painter William Scott was briefly an influence on Frizzell. I’ll post up some of his. I like them. Simple, but really more difficult to pull off than they look!
Like an adolescent I have been playing with my signature. Unlike an adolescent I am conscious of identity, how being a therapist and an art blogger in the social media can be complex.
I like this one!
Two mailing lists I used to belong to, right back in the early ’90s Thinking about them today as ancient history, yet for all the changes in technology, the major qualitative shift had happened then.
Wikipedia intros follow:
Continue reading “Future Culture – Cybermind”
A television is a screen with a couch in front of it.
I have been watching Ted Talks on my iPhone.
(Go to iTunes app, search TED talks, tap More Podcasts, & there they are, tap one to play live, no need to download)
I have found this OK, but prefer to download the audio, as I can then listen as I walk around. I have little use for the video… until I got the connector to watch it on TV.
Now I can watch them when I need to recline.
AND with company, no longer in solitude.
The iPhone opens the door to TV, something I have not watched for years because I NEED to time-shift & I CAN’T watch ads.
You Tube, Ted Talks, the ABC (Australian) Talking Heads… I can go to the couch & bob out… just like the old days.
What is worth watching?