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Virginia, 18th century
Virginia, 18th century
'Keyboards' or typing - or writing. Or literature or literary or what so ever. I disagree. What's in our brains are first like 'theater' - there goes lot of projections, vague projections ('follies' - yes) and stories, animations, bits and pieces, and some thoughts. What we got in our heads is like theater. And may in some ways, we get some part of it transcribed into something we can type. And true, some typed stuff - gets our 'theaters' in our heads going. Literacy. Classics. But don't make me laugh anymore please. I believe those classics reading people - Hormer and Illiad and stuff - had their 'screens' - theaters in their heads. Of course they had no idea how Phoenicans looked like, Iota looked like, Athens smelled like, or even how olive trees would look like. But they kept reading those things. Sometimes visual on. Sometimes visual off. True. But consciousness's quality as 'theater' - small movie or play theater in our heads - have been quite down played. even a person like Alan Kay (I'm just using him as a clutch to get us to where we need to get to. and I haven't seen this pointed out to his context, his narration of what has been going on.) seemed to plays down that quality, or doesn't deal with it. But he was with Disney. He could have been 'popularizing' Pixar thing, by directing 'Washington and Jefferson' - pixar like film. With 3d rendered characters. And make that rendered characters available on - Dynabooks. Then we can simulate 18th century Virgnia. If he had taken on this idea say with the technology and date of Toy Story 1, doing it in MIT - I don't know. Where we would be right now. Instead, we get some math and sci only on Squeak. With his brain, he could have pointed out When Renderman class, SGI machine class capacity would be available to consumer PC - when it'd become possible. And we'd really see and discuss - emulate and move - Jefferson and Washington and Madison and Franklin - and Payne - on our PCs. (Toy Story 1 was 1995.) When we'd have such capacities? We'd liberate Washington from that cherry tree story. PCs arrival meant that staggering thing to me. Finally, we don't have to kill those theaters we got in our heads. Renderman, Maya, etc, might be expensive, but it'd come down cheap and let us - We all have theaters in our heads. Let it be removed. Let it be silenced. Let it be directed by some famous Hollywood directors. No but I wanna know how 20 years old Washington was feeling, and how much he went through by he got 30 years old. I wanna see how much Jefferson worked and worked and worked. I wanna understand Franklin's rhythm, cycle, waves. I wanna understand Madison, his pessimism? realism? wisdom? how much he really had hope for people - general public - or he was more sinister? why so? I know at this point I'm not really in theater. I'm thinking more - ideas. Still I can't say it's irrelevant from what kind of theater I tend to have in my heads. Some kids would have real gorgeous theaters. And others would - ? may only be able to play Simpsons with our founders. (and what educators should do? could do from that point?) We got historians go through - archives and conferences and so on, and they are like drawers with full of stuff. It's an asset the society have to make use of. And we got say those people draw founders and things on postage stamps, and our bills. Their dedication, focus and skills and trainings are like - WHY we keep their works kept in that tiny stamp square. Let them work with Maya - 3D graphics - then we'd have some excellent avatars of those historic figures. Then we got it. (and I know we don't really need esp later one, the gorgeous restroative 3d models of our founders at each life stage: we'd do without it - but may come in handy though) We got historians giving us all the details and interpretation materials, and we got characters. Hey, that sounds perfect. Computers can make use of those 2 kind of professionals - who never really would work much together ( but i bet, those illustrators work on founders face and skull - would read at least some about founders they work on...hmmm. WHY? Why they do that?) First toy story was made 1995. I thought what I saw is telling me history is going to change. We can make cartoons of Jefferson and Washington, but also we'd be able to make something really serious, real restroation of those days - and learn how to speak, how to read for example, Thomas Payne, how those ideas and words are important, because we are all alive. And I won't say we should all be able to write essays about Common Sense. If you can quote one episode in your life - about decisions, about what you believe, whom you met, etc - with real voice, that's a pass i guess. putting that into writing is someone else's job. etc. There are many way of proving what we got. First toy story was made in 1995. It has been very quick. I feel like it was just 3 days ago.
Day 24 - Lights, Camera, Action!
Day 24 - Lights, Camera, Action!
Jan 24th Tonight Sarah and I went to the cinema to watch Tron Legacy. These ticket were replacements from seven months ago that I've kept for a special movie. Although I am big fan of watching movies, I don't have huge interest in watching the latest Hollywood rubbish. My preference has always been small budget, art house and foreign titles. However, the trailer for Tron Legacy brought back memories of my early western movie experience (on TV back in the 80's of course). The original Tron was dark, scary yet very exciting to a young boy who just arrived in England. For me the experience was on par with The Lawnmower Man. I arrived at the cinema slightly early to exchange these emergency tickets for normal tickets, to find I had to pay to purchase couple of disposal 3D glasses. I was a little surprised to be told the cinema have changed from bulky reusable glasses, which you effectively hire and return at the door, to plastic toy like glasses. Anyway, I paid ?1 each for the glasses which I later found out cost three times as much on Amazon. As I have been known to be a tech geek. I would have bought a really good quality pair of 3D glasses on the net to use in 3D movies if I known beforehand. My motto is if you buy cheap you will pay twice, so buy good buy once. Tron Legacy is one of those movie where I'm glad I watched in the cinema as I wouldn't have enjoyed watching it on a home screen. Like Sarah said in one way it was really good while in another its not so good. It has copied a few scenes from other Sci Fi movies while paying massive homage to the original Tron. I wouldn't watch it for the plot but the special effect is enough to keep me entertain for the most part, just like Avatar, On walking Sarah to her car we saw a tower block which we aptly named the "Tron Tower". I will go back there on another clear night to take a picture to show you what I mean... 2011-Project365-024_NIK6497bBW

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