Entry no.: 1291
21 May 2012, 9:50 AM
"The future is already here," says Mr. Gibson, "it's just not very evenly distributed." Pure brilliance, of course, but reverse-engineer it and this holds equally true when observing the past: spotty and unevenly mapped, yet very much still here, solidified into time-glaciers receded into the crevices of Hong Kong like some sort of time-fjords of past one can navigate equipped with only a good pair of sneakers as a powerful time machine.