I think that's a reasonable way to look at the future of technology in general ;)
Edmund C. Berkeley on the future of computing (1961)
1863 : "I opine that more than half of your illness arises from too much reading."
"Beats to Relax/Study To: Contradiction and Paradox in Lofi Hip Hop"
A lot of it was done in jest, but nevertheless
"Remote login is a lot like astral projection"
Be openmindedly curious about people and the world.
Share your findings enthusiastically.
Connect ideas, and people.
Marc had a dedication and a natural talent for all that.
It made him a great teacher, a valuable inspiration, a humble but essential pillar of countless scenes and communities.
The best revenge against his premature passing away is to continue his legacy.
Be equally generous. Be more like Marc.
Even if you never met him.
From Andrew Smith's Totally Wired
"Levy" is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaime_Levy
Remember that time in the late 90s when CPU sockets were replaced by CPU slots, on which you'd plug a "Single Edge Contact Cartridge"?
(pics from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slot_1)