“Staring at a cathode ray tube for hours every day can really throw off the natural balance of your sensory input. One becomes all sight. Internal processing gets all skewed out. The neurological consequences of this are hard to prove but easy to feel: Jagged. Totally externalized. Consider how the sense of sight emphasizes the sep-ar-ate-ness of things– as opposed for instance to the all-enveloping continuums of hearing or smelling.”  ~Michael Green, Zen & the Art of the Macintosh ©1986


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