Monday, October 04, 2004

Today was interesting to say the least

Well, you've seen the drama. Moving on to the normal parts of my life:

Today I had my Concept Development Course, in which we learned about the proper formatting of a screenplay and we talked about memerable or intruiging characters. It was, as always, a great class.

Someone in the Public Safety finally told me that I could give them my drivers license and keep the key all day, effectively saving me FOUR trips a day, and countless prescious minutes. All in all, it is a much better arrangment.

It's been a triring day. I got a call from David, my brother, which was a lot of fun, since I haven't heard from him since I began school. I also had my digital culture class, which was great. We had some great disscussion about how we are becoming less and less autonomous, as we develop this technology which allows us to strech ourselves across time and space, becoming "electronic nomads". Fascinating.

We also watched this movie called Koyaanisqatsi: Life out of Balance. It is an amazing peice of, for lack of a word "art film", which exposes our urban landscape in a new way, with an incredible soundtrack by Phillip Glass.

I better get started on my 3-5 page art paper that's due at 10am tommorow, huh?

Goodnight all!


TRL said...

What's the Public Safety Key issue? I must have missed it in my skimmming.

Anonymous said...

Hey Ezra, sorry you're having to deal with flamers... That just sucks... *hugs* People need to find nicer ways of getting their views across than attacking those that are of a different mind...

Oh, I don't know if you are aware of this, but the MIT building you posted pics of is Justin's dorm. ^_^ He showed me around when my bus failed to come the day we all met up, the inside is so cool! You need to have him show you sometime. The walls just randomly spill in to the hallway...

If you feel like taking in some Shakespeare you should come to As You Like It in a week, we're running the 14th-17th. Just thought I'd let you know about it while I was commenting.

Umm... I think that's all I have to say... Heh... ^_^

Anna K.

katier said...

Ezra, I love you so much!
that's all.