Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Photcopying - blank your mind:
Many times I've faced the task of manually, page by page, copying a long article or even a whole book. Thank God that need arises less often in this digital age. Photocopying hundreds of pages is similar to many forms of repetitive exercise. You have to relax into it, give your mind wholly over to it in an emptyish way, and then the work flows without boredom. The bottom line: fifteen minutes or two hours later, a little chunk of your life has mysteriously vanished, and you’ve got this extra copy of whatever.