Train on my way to Savannah, Gee A. Mix of people new to train travel and old timers who know the routines. Pervasive rings of mobile phones display the only creativity modern AmeriCan-Bandana allows: What is your ring-tone?
While most want to fill the space with sound, the rest of us are struggling to empty the sound from our space.
What is the next killer app people asked, back in the 1990s after Netscape, after Red Hat, after Af-Ta. The next one will be the one that silences everything. I don’t mean replacing ambient noise with an iPod generated music mask. My sound neutralizer is a variation of Baby Quiet ®, the helmet that prevents your attention deficient youngster from bashing its brains out against the cement wall in the day care center that wasn’t your first choice but will do the job.
Silence is more than golden. More precious than diamonds and not easy to obtain. When what is most precious is gone, the restoration costs more in terms of energy and effort.
Will Bose ®, the quiet headphones company sponsor a competion to improve and expand silence?
I found this quote: “Don’t speak unless you improve silence .” (Jesus Nebot) from this website Speaker Net News.