Precision Parade

If you are lost you can point your LOCATION AWARE device at the sky.

You only need to find THREE Satellites to KNOW YOUR PLACE.

Using satellites makes it very easy to GET PEOPLE TO MOVE.

Satellite technology means many people can be QUICKLY DIRECTED FROM HERE TO THERE.

Coordination of the flow of masses can happen at the CLICK OF A BUTTON.

Just download the parade route and MAKE EVERYDAY A PARADE.

You could commute to work behind PEOPLE WITH COLORFUL CARS.

Getting from one place to another could ALWAYS BE A CELEBRATION.

It is almost IMPOSSIBLE TO GET LOST these days.

Even if you want to GET LOST.

Sometimes I think it is sad that the JOURNEY IS NOT A MYSTERY.

There is not one bit of earth on this planet that can escape A SET OF NUMBERS.

The deepest ocean floors have A SET OF NUMBERS.

The highest mountain tops were NUMBERED LONG AGO.


  1. carl
    October 5, 2007 at 3:06 pm

    “I am eye, I am a mechanical eye. I, apparatus, show you the world as only I can see it. Now and forever, I free myself from human immobility…manoeuvring in the chaos of movement, recording movement, starting with movements composed of the most complex combinations. Free of the limits of time and space, I put together any given points in the universe, no matter where I’ve recorded them.
    My path leads to the creation of a fresh perception of the world. I decipher in a new way a world unknown to you.” -dziga vertov, 1919

  2. gnd
    October 6, 2007 at 3:16 pm


  3. marshwiggle23
    October 7, 2007 at 9:32 am

    Oh no, you’re wrong, you can still get lost, you don’t need to number or be numbered – all you have to do is consciously take the route or choice of refusing to be a button clicker and a small gadget carrier… and voila , you’re back in the mystery…where you don’t know where you’re going and you can find your way and life can be more carnivalesque than mechanically celebratory…
    John Cage: It doesn’t click? take clicker from pocket and click it.
    John Cage again: I don’t need to learn how to use the computer.

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