I am not a photographer. It doesn't matter who I am. I am anonymous, but I am not hidden.
In January of 2006 I decided to take 10 digital photos every day for life. Each photo is marked with its date and a time. I was there. No days were missed.
Instead of keeping a log or journal. I decided to write a series of books:
500 Things Everyone Should Know! A self-help book.
Odysseus The Homeric tale in an IT setting.
Gospel According to James The Fifth Gospel.
The Anonymous Way: The Movie The movie script.
The Sentence A post modern novel.
The Anonymous Marathon Runner An inspirational sports book.
Anonymous Way EXPOSED Posting of an unauthorized hacker.
Odysseus had forgotten that the Sun existed. His eye balls had been glued to a single polyphemic plasma screen that murmured commands in an agreeable, but unheard of ancient language. Oh, there was dancing - singing too - while a steady stream of electrons shot straight into his optic nerve. Hours filled this void like wine in a goatskin until his soldier's heart succumbed again to the narcotic of the night.
And so it was in the days leading up to the World Wide War that Odysseus went up to Ithaca to buy a case of Sundowners. His eyes. They saw everything around his head. The wiring inside the walls and the bits inside the packets that streamed invisibly through the cold New York air. Sundowners would make all this vanish. Odysseus would, once again, have only himself. He opened up a split, shoved it into his mouth and watched as the world rolled up into a ball and disappeared. Again.