You just imagine

Published on November 10, 2010

You just imagine

    Just imagine for a second that you woke up in 2025. In your apartment, where no one turned off the light for non-payment, with your old netbook, charging and brushing off the dust from which you entered the network, catching someone’s free wi-fi.

    What will you see? Most likely, the inscription that your browser is not supported. None of the ones you use. Not a single site. But you can download a new one by entering your universal identifier (which you don’t have, you are from 2010), or the facebook token, or the baidu personal code. “If you have lost your code, you should urgently contact the district department of informational significance, and then a link (which you cannot open). If you do not identify your computer, which claims to be outdated, a quick fix command will be sent to your place of stay. Thank you for understanding!"

    Maybe I'm exaggerating, but in a world where every citizen, if he is not a criminal and not a robinson, who got to the island decades ago, will have a personal computer (and not one, of course), there can be no place for the command line, but behind a heap icons will be waiting for us something infinitely beautiful, something very loving to all of us together and each of us.