The pace of change brought about by new technology is staggering and the rate keeps getting faster. I am typing these words on a computer that was unthinkable 25 years ago. Today one person can do the work of dozens in a fraction of the time with greater accuracy and complexity and do it, as I did, on a sailboat cruising the Bahamas. This is possible because of technology, inventiveness and our relentless drive to improve how we do things. Nevertheless, this progress does not come without cost. A look back at how things used to be done reveals some of what we have given up in the quest to digitize our way to the future…
A Short Film About Letterpress
Danny Cooke | Vimeo | Jan 12
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