The people of the future will be grateful for over obsessive ever-present cataloging of our lives. Archeological digs will now consist of watching movies. The mystique held by climbing through ancient wreckage will be lost, and instead ancient technology will be the hard to find endeavor. Beta, Floppy Disks, Laserdisc – dear God, it was hard to follow these formats back in the day. There may or may not be pop-corn in the future so this could be a grueling task, but there most definitelty will be a surplus of information to paw through.
While today’s archeologists theorize about whether or not dinosaurs have feathers (Pro Dino-feathers / Con Dino-feathers) all from divining the intent of a small fossil, tomorrow’s will do the exact opposite. They’ll find ways to parse a million lifetime’s worth of data down to a single point.
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I hope this video isn’t including in the future cataloging effort, lest they think we are all crazy 2D warriors fighting white space using garish color.
Enjoy the new video! I had a whole bit at the end about the top 5 coloring tips, but who can follow the Pixies and not look lame? I learned the answer does not involve me.
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