quiet resonance

Do you want to learn a lif lesson on how to dissappear? Assume a new identity? Become a new person legally? For step-by-step instructions, try quiet resonance. Click on “candyfloss” and search for “disappearing”.

I really like this apple computer advertising line he quoted, too.

“here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the see things differently. they’re not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status quo.you can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. about the only thing you can’t do is ignore them, because they change things. they push the human race forward, and while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, and are the ones who’ll do it.”
– apple computer advert [ screened 10.97 ]

A side note on my earlier entry on Auther Sculzberger, Jr.. He was sent to Harvard Business School to take MBA classes. He hated them because “companies that Harvard Business School wants you to run are aimed at accumulating wealth, while Tims‘ goal is to accumulate value.”

2 thoughts on “quiet resonance

  1. Matrix comment.

    I enjoy reading about people who drop out, play the system, change things, misfits, rebels, ideologues, zealots, etc.. But I have to question whether these rule-breakers aren’t just as much part of the system as the rule-makers. A la is Neo actually working towards freeing humanity or is he merely another in a succession of actors who play a soon-to-be-forgotten part shaping the symbiosis between the machines and the humans?

    Have you heard the expression ‘the guard is as much in prison as the inmates’?

    I have an update to this: ‘there is no prison’.

  2. Interesting perspective. It reminds me of the buddism ideal, where all living things are destined to go through the circle of reincarnation. If you study hard enough you might be able to get out eventually, after many generations of reborn into this suffering of life.

    I think i have the same attitude toward both (buddism and matrix). You either enjoy the moment and make the most of it or you throw up your hands and say what’s the use? The former is more fun. Maybe after a few more reincarnations i won’t think so any more. But right now, i am.

    With that perspective in mind, the rule breakers have a more interesting life. So why not?

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