Maybe that's a better image for mid-2000's, when fossil fuels dry up.
--The_Lex Fri Sep 28 09:10:27 2007
But they're motorcycles, aren't they?
--Kirk Fri Sep 28 10:05:38 2007
I'm trying to imagine how one would frame a genuine photo of the year 2000 (Y2k panic aside) that would make sense to fin-de-siecle Frenchmen, who were just inventing the shopping mall.
How urban would the image be? How would one properly communicate something that we find iconic, like the iPod, to a person who has not yet encounted recorded music? A cellphone for someone who has neither radio nor telephone?
(Last night I watched part of the new series "Life," in which the main character is a detective who was released after serving 12 years in prison after he was exonerated (and paid off by the city), but he went back to work. He knows a cellphone when he sees one, but doesn't know why someone takes it out when a camera is called for. I hope the writers can keep that sort of thing fresh.
--LAN3 Fri Sep 28 15:18:12 2007
Well, they do have electric bicycles now.
--The_Lex Fri Sep 28 15:49:03 2007
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