“technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards.” // a. huxley
think about it – if for but a moment.
are we really closer to living the life of the jetsons, or could there be a hint of the ingalls inching back into our every day? i mean, i haven’t worn a watch in over half a decade, but is there any other accessory to lust after more than the latest iThing about to enter our collective consciousness? have i wanted a camera post the age of the smart phone? no, not until i learned printing instagram photos at home was a possibility. obviously, i am not of the persuasion that technology drives us further apart – in fact, i feel such kinship to cords, cases and other tech sundry, they feel as close to me as any much-loved accessory or knick-knack.
➝ source : fuji film instax instant smartphone printer via urban outfitters
➝ source : power card via triple c
➝ source : the watch to end all watches via apple