This is so awesome I can hardly sit still. Yoko Ono, proving daily that you don’t have to be under 20 to use the internet in awesome ways. She’s adapted to the tech world without being a “digital native.” Take that, NPR fogies! Yoko did it, why can’t you?
Today, at the end of a week speckled with EPA authority challenges, anti-Semetic tirades all over the place, continued violence in Libya, the death of a 16-year-old after he made the winning shot to complete an undefeated basketball season, the demise of Greening the Capitol, and various other gutting, depressing headlines… Yoko gave us this.
“My ultimate goal in film-making is to make a film which includes a smiling face snap of every single human being in the world. Of course, I cannot go around the whole world and take the shots myself. I need cooperation from something like the post offices of the world. If anybody would drop a snapshot of themselves and their families to the post office of their town, or allow themselves to be photographed by the nearest photographic studio, this would be soon accomplished.”
Thank you, Yoko. Smilin’ on into the weekend!