One Response to Cnet Q&A on the Glass Gaze

  1. Ian Walker says:

    Hey Molly
    Nice interview for CNET… but I kinda didn’t get the reference on ‘old people’ At 52 i guess I am classed as ‘old’. I also incepted just about all of the technology you think of as ‘young’ I suppose. Including occupy (working title – active rebellion, a play on microsoft technology)… I guess art is judgement as well as porn. Sadly just another manifestation of the Godel proof.

    Have you played TLOU? do you like the Goya? No accident.

    Cheers

  2. Ian Walker says:

    Hey Molly
    Nice interview for CNET… but I kinda didn’t get the reference on ‘old people’ At 52 i guess I am classed as ‘old’. I also incepted just about all of the technology you think of as ‘young’ I suppose. Including occupy (working title – active rebellion, a play on microsoft technology)… I guess art is judgement as well as porn. Sadly just another manifestation of the Godel proof.

    Have you played TLOU? do you like the Goya? No accident.

    Cheers

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