Friday, 2 April 2010

she giggles

no, actually, she is gasping. in disbelief.

'no life choices?!' - how do they dare! no, i reply: no live choices. there is no choice that can be made at the moment. what was a choice (live or life) is now merely looking back at me with an 'unsuccessful'.

i grin and giggle at her 'no life choices'. bureaucratic software that blinks back to you with 'no life choices'.

there is so much more to be explored about technology, transmission of success and failure in the contemporary person- and career-making bubble.

one door opened, it now closed. let's look at the other life choices and spend more time on plans b-d. bye bye glasgow school of art.

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