This might seem completely off the theme of this blog, but this morning feels totally relevant.
This headline appeared in one of the FT's mid morning mails:
The ability to make a 65" television seems to me to be entirely irrelevant, but what it symbolises is powerful.
This is the symbol of a life spent outside looking in.
Of a life divorced from reality.
Where the home is simply the space where we consume the images we're fed.
Where the opportunity for living is squeezed out of us if we succumb to such products.