Shades of Paranoia
c. 2007 Michael St.Mark
( You don’t know how you know . . . you just kind of know. . .. that she’s looking at you with some kind of mal intent. Don’t you? )
Cafe culture gets stranger and yet stranger, it’s where strangers gather to stranger-watch TM . . .and stay strangers.
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In The Real World
c. 2007 Michael St.Mark.
In-tandem identical tabloid-perusing pals, Kenwood, Highgate
BBC Breakfast Hi Def’ Interference
c. 2008 Michael St.Mark
Cropped photo of a poorly-conected widescreen TV in-store at JL WGC Herts
Commentary on the transition from analogue to superior digital TV broadcasting and yet the propensity for picture fault due to poor signal strength or connection issues remaining; only its manifestation in the digital realm as breakdown into multi-coloured/ textured pixelation being marginally more interesting than the equivalent fast-moving horizontal banding of analogue picture interference of old.
( Little tekky things like these keep us mildly entertained.. 🙂 )