I’m sitting on a couch with my wife, my daughter, my brother-in-law, a friend and my boyfriend.
All around us, people are enjoying a movie, talking about something, watching a movie or drinking beer.
I look over and notice an iPod sitting on the coffee table, its battery pack still charging.
This is the moment my life suddenly becomes my own.
We’re standing in front of a huge glass wall and a man in a blue coat stands to one side.
He tells me to look at it and it turns out to be an iPod shuffle.
It’s a big deal.
As the man walks away, the iPod shatters and I feel the iPod battery disappear from my arm and disappear from the wall.
I get up and walk over to the man, tell him what happened, and he gives me the iPod shuffle and I run off to my room.
This was my first time trying out a new technology, so I didn’t expect it to be such a big thing, but I was shocked.
I’m still a little bit shaken by the experience.
It didn’t feel like anything had happened.
What’s going on inside my head?
What’s happening to me?
What happened to the iPod?
This is what happens when technology is allowed to take over our lives.
It feels like I’m part of a big conspiracy.
In my mind, I’m looking at a picture of a person sitting in a dark room, alone.
What is it?
What is happening to them?
I feel like I can’t understand the situation.
I think of a movie and I see a person who’s asleep in a chair and I can imagine how it would feel like to be in that situation.
It would be terrifying.
But this is a new thing for me, and I didn, too, imagine myself in a movie theater with the same person I saw in the movie.
I was so taken aback that this experience happened that I didn