This autumn my work shifts from arthouse pixels to mass-market pixels. An occasion to post this remarkable photo:
It reminds me a little of a more modern descendant of the sparse modernist interiors, but sparser, sparser, and with a giant screen instead of art.
The picture comes from an advertisement. You're assumed to like the interior, and you're meant to buy the TV. Too late, that model is not on sale any more.
My work involves avoiding some things you don't see on the photo: A settop box and a hundred-button remote control. Less frustration, more reliability, better usability.