In a conversation with Porter Anderson over the weekend, Porter asked me about one of the risks of digitization – loss. And I responded that, as with any disruption, there will be loss. Some work does not meet the migration test – for one reason or another, it never gets brought along in the cultural evolution.… Continue reading The Things We Lose
…is a book I purchased on Amazon. This is why I love the Internet. I am going to try it with Lucy tonight.
So I’m at this recursive stage of life, where my past begins to assume a totemic importance. And…Facebook. I have hated Facebook since the day it became publicly available. I joined only because I wanted to see what my kids were up to. I never posted, never commented, never engaged unless pressed. When I was… Continue reading Reunions
I think I’m at that point in life where things get recursive. My past matters as much as my future. So…middle age. Which – I’m forty-seven – means I’ll live to ninety-four? We can hope. So for a couple of years I’ve been spelunking around eBay, finding toys that I used to own when I… Continue reading The Internet As Attic