I keep going back to my background as software developer and I can't but see all the faults on the design of solutions like this morning on the underground where all the screens were blue (Windows) and no train information was available, clearly a problem of Q&A but hey, we live in a world of rapid prototyping rather than software engineering don't we?
It will be expensive in the long run, that is for sure.
I have been doing some jokes and found myself considering if someone is going to burn my house down if I publish them, which is very sad. Are we living in the fear that radicalization of our society in the Western World gets to cut our liberties, specially free speech?
In that sense I am very unhappy, specially considering these are not religious jokes at all, they don't even depict figures that are sacred to someone but about the cultures themselves yet I don't feel like submitting them.
Is this a harmonious society? Not.
Seems there is a certain aversion against computer generated imagery, could this be we are truly clumpsy? or could it be related to the ever shrinking budgets, ever shrinking deadlines and a certain culture of "let's try for real and if it fails you pick the pieces, oh, by the way, we blew the budget so you won't get a penny?
Feels like the right time to see new wave of directors coming directly from 3D to make the transition to modern film-making.