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.
The Birth of Tragedy
The metaphysical comfort--with which, I am suggesting even now, every true tragedy leaves us--that life is at the bottom of things, despite all the changes of appearances, indestructibly powerful and pleasurable--this comfort appears in incarnate clarity in the chorus of the satyrs, a chorus of natural beings who live ineradicably, as it were, behind all civilization and remain eternally the same, despite the changes of generations and of the history of nations.
The Anonymous Way: The Movie
LOLA: As I was saying, my whole issue with time is that it tells you "Here you are now" but then, right at that very moment, "now you are here."