If it works, it’s obsolete

Paul Raven @ 02-02-2014

There are some elephants in the room that Chairman Bruce would like to show to us.

[Opening ceremony speech from transmediale2014]

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2 Responses to “If it works, it’s obsolete”

  1. Nile says:

    No transcript? Not even a text summary?

    Guess it wasn’t important. Or may be is was Soooo important that unimportant people with hearing difficulties or any of the other common sensory deficits that make video inaccessible shouldn’t be allowed to listen. It’s for our betters: the important people.

    Actually, I’ll go with the original idea: it’s unimportant. Almost certainly, uninteresting too: one need only consider the implemented assumptions of those who placed online.

  2. Paul Raven says:

    Apologies for the lack of transcript; none provided with the video, and I lack the time to do my own at the moment.

    Congratulations, nonetheless, for somehow managing to phrase an otherwise reasonable complaint about the lack of accessibility features on internet content in such a way as to make yourself seem like the asshole in this particular equation. Nice work.

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