Technological dementia

I was going to make a new collage today but I’ve come to realise that my printer has gone a little too far with its random colourblindness. Blue skies are green, grass is yellow, and even grey castle walls are now a washed out brown. The colours are too thin and the quality too random to provide anything that I can work with.

So I have spent the day buying and installing a new printer. This new machine sees greys as greys, grass as green, and all the usual predictable nonsense. There’s absolutely no colourblindness, no graininess, and no random outcomes. It has no personality, no soul, and is totally devoid of my old printer’s technological dementia.

I miss my old printer.

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