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Profound Thoughts: Technology versus Talent

Profound Thoughts with Writingbolt…

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Technology is that joke people tell you will make you laugh someday.
But, art is a timeless expression of one’s spirit.

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Looking back 10-20 years, the “wonders” of the era are ridiculous compared to what we use today.
No matter when a piece of art is crafted, you cannot call it “dated” unless it depicts something “dated.”

So, I say invest your time and money in art, and you too can be timeless. Invest in technology, and you’ll just be replaced in a few years.

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8 Responses to “Profound Thoughts: Technology versus Talent”


  1. December 30, 2014 at 4:08 pm

    You are right about art being timeless in ways that fads of the present can’t even aspire to. In an art gallery you can hang a Rembrandt next to a Picasso down the hall from a Norman Rockwell and nothing feels out of place. An Eminem poster next to a Tickle-me Elmo… that just isn’t right.

  2. January 8, 2015 at 6:40 am

    and then there’s technology that makes art :)) like the cameras, or digital drawing pads… although of course, talent is different… did this post really mean talent, or art?

    • January 12, 2015 at 9:23 pm

      Yes, but even that technology may look foolish ten or twenty years from now. I can think back to using the Super Nintendo Mario Paint and how primitive those graphics were in comparison to today’s. Pixels/Resolutions keep shifting, and the tools either evolve to something greater or change formats, leaving the past in their dust.

      Well, art is a talent. And, it may have been the focus of my thoughts in the moment. But, other talents are also rather priceless/timeless. Sure, someone might find a better/sharper way to juggle, but juggling stays fairly consistent with its original form. Joke material may change with the times, but the skills of making people laugh are a mysterious constant.


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