Memetic SponderNovember 4th, 2010 — Michael Cayley
Maybe just a sketch to you, but as I mentioned while we were talking - this kind of personal media, in terms of how it pervaded our time together and was so intimately intertwined with identity (both yours and mine) has a completely different fidelity than a vid or photo.
And the terms of how you live your life with several persona or channels open (i.e. web analyst and artist at once) seems inevitable to me, but very unevenly distributed … so … comfortably uncommon.
It gives Marshall Sponder memetic qualities.
Quality time. Thanks.