Here is the companion piece to Dystopic Day.  Had a lot of trouble synchronizing things so this is the best I can do technically.   Dystopic Day should be watched first. 

I always find it easier to conceive of a dystopia rather than a utopia. Many years ago I read Dante’s Divine Comedy.  I could relate very well with Hell and Purgatory but not Paradise (I never finished reading Paradise). Any way, this is my conception of a utopic day at work. I wonder whether many of the dystopic images of a digital future we viewed during the film festival were really related to our current non-digital conceptions of dystopias.  Whereas it is much harder to depict a utopican digital future.  Just a thought.

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