24 years old. Vegan. Waiter/writer. Atlanta.
I like hats. These are my things.
A man has died and that is a tragedy, regardless who it is.
This is not the end of an era, stop that foolishness. In hundreds of years, this era will be looked at in the same way as the European Renaissance (if not more important).
We’ve achieved a ridiculous amount of progress in the past 100 years and our achievements are evolving at a rate that we can’t even measure.
Look in the living room of a home, we have controller free videogames (xBox Kinect), tablets everywhere (Android and iOS), wireless information flowing for free from most coffee shops; christ, my phone can tell me where I am at any given point, tell me where the closest place to buy any item I can think of, and its price. Instantly.
Death is tragic, it always is, but one less mind isn’t going to stop the future from happening.
Bring on the new blood.
Overheard at the Microsoft Store at the Lenox Mall. I don’t blame him, it looks exactly like an Apple Store