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Friday, August 26, 2011

"Different Perspectives" by Hearing Sparks

Hearing Sparks puts into words the process of how some of us choose which movies we will go to and why we don't go to others. She also included a portion about the "spoon theory" which elegantly describes what it is like to experience sensory loss. http://hearingsparks.blogspot.com/2011/08/different-perspectives.html


  1. Thanks so much for linking to my blog! :)

  2. It's the bigger 'picture' most never look for it. So many things determine what film we will watch, and where, and how we will access it, we've 9 million to satisfy in the UK and the USA more. I just think more though should go into campaigns and awareness, instead of 'I want this..it's my right, or you are discriminating against us all.' Too black and white.

    when new technology becomes widely available it is already obsolete, we forever are chasing tails.....

  3. MM, I agree, "more thought should to into campaigns and awareness" instead of all the "I wants" and "MY" rights and discrimination. As for technology, I love modern technology and all the amazing things that it enables us to do, even it does "entails" us chasing our tails. :-)