Imagine there was once this vital, energetic MAGICAL artform. Something alive and delightful, something that would make you laugh, make you cry, make you think, give you rare insights, make you smarter and better, make you love each other more.
And imagine that you know it once existed, but you don’t think it does anymore because the only examples you’ve ever seen of it were on dusty shelves in the library — dead-boring collections that nobody ever picks up except dry old maids and bookish, anguished, pimply-faced teenagers, or possibly students forced to read them as an assignment little different from a prison sentence.
And then imagine that you found someone who still did it, and not only still did it but did it WELL, did it about REAL stuff, about topics in your life today. And you looked at it and LEARNED stuff, and laughed, and discovered there was still magic in it.
THAT is what it’s like to discover The Digital Cuttlefish.
I’m the “equal and opposite scientist”
And my thinking is outside the box
I’m the one who knows climate is cooling
And I’m willing to say so on Fox
You better trot right over there and check it out. Be ready to bookmark, because you’re gonna want to.