It was the time of insouciance, liberties, it was the time of the end of an era, the end of the 30 glorious of economie that propelled the Western world into the technological era. This world is at the point that is turning Western societies into the digital age. In 1983, the computer becomes individual and drives the whole of our analog universe into the virtual space of analysis and digital recomposition. This is a real revolution for a vast majority, but these are just new forms of tools to master for the creative ones. This is a real revolution […]
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