The stage at this year’s Tomorrowland Music Festival in Boom, Belgium:
You can’t do that with all your I-Pads, Kindles and e-readers, can you?
That’s really cool – but isn’t there just a BIT of contradiction between something referred to as “Tomorrowland” being represented by books? I mean, I’m with you, I love books – but they aren’t really something I think of as futuristic. Or am I just being picky again? ;)
Maybe they share our hope that books WILL be with us tomorrow.
Maybe the connection is the way in which books spur our imaginations and the possibilities for tomorrow.
Can’t do what with an e-reader? Can’t representations of e-readers be scaled up in front of thousands of people too?
Nobody would find that beautiful.
i surely do hope that books are always with us….can’t even imagine a world without them.
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