Perception of time

Let’s talk about perspective, perception, and experience. Ingredients for my favorite lies. Then add change.

Our perception of time is changing. Time is being re-evaluated. Everything is speeding up. Distances shrink, and schedules tend to condense and tighten. On the contrary, more stakeholders ride the hype of sustainability.

As if this were not enough, we might ask what we do know about future: How are we going to perceive time? Let’s say, in 10 years. Or, when the world population has doubled.

Here is a sneak preview:

Error message: Your license for Time has expired.

I hope there will be some warning in advance.


2 Responses to “Perception of time”

  1. joochaillot says:

    “Each Today is Yesterday’s Tomorrow” (Madrigals: Rounds and Canons, Nr. 20; Moondog)

  2. rattus says:

    … living in a framed time frame, that is :-)