I Hope I Think I’m Going to Love the Future

“It won’t be all that hard to transform us into new people, better adapted to new technologies.” – Michelangelo Antonioni

“If you want to experience something, run a marathon.” – Emil Zátopek

Alright, so the aspiring-numerologist part of my brain must point out that today is 10-11-12, and that it’s one of only three remaining days during most of our biological lives in which the date, in our common mm-dd-yy format, can be accurately represented by three ascending contiguous natural numbers (since after 11-12-13 and 12-13-14 it won’t happen again for, like, 89 years).

Semiotic gibberish, I know, but still a convincing-enough pseudo-excuse to present a side project / niche company I’ve been working on called digiRunr. It combines, much to my delight, two things I’m really into — video production & distance running. It’s also a direct descendent of my previous post about running the whole Chicago LFT with a camera strapped to my head, something I did just for shits’n’giggles at the time, unaware I was planting some kind of seed:

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Posted in Apps, digiRunr, Entrepreneurship, Futurism, iPads, Road Races, Running, Tech, Videos
2 comments on “I Hope I Think I’m Going to Love the Future
  1. Nate DeVan says:

    Holy shit, Travis! That digiRunr is a fantastic idea. You’re gonna be rich!

  2. […] Zátopek epigraph from yesterday’s post gave me an idea for some videos that could fill out digiRunr a little bit more . . . so […]

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