Friday, February 5, 2010

Globe and Mail Project: #44, VANCOUVER 2010 GOES HANDS-FREE

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Olympic judges for Vancouver 2010 have been
instructed to pay strict attention to athletes
cellphone habits at this year's games.
Olympians who refuse to use hands-free units
and engage in texting or handheld phone use during
competition risk stiff fines or disqualification
from the games.

Collage #44 of my Globe and Mail Project: deconstructing Canada's National Newspaper and putting it back together to try and make sense of the world. All images used in this collage were clipped from today's Globe.


Caesar said...

I do believe the judges should be more flexible. When Leonardo Da Vinci used the grid method to transfer his drawings from his parchment to his fresco did his patrons fault him for his technological wizardry?


I say allow the athletes to electronically enhance themselves.

Timothy Hunt said...

Maybe they should all perform behind a giant grid.