She does it again. Adriana Gastelum vividly describes in both English and Spanish what Qlippie, one of the latest booming startups from Europe, brings to the table as GoPro competitor. Priced affordable, Adriana illustrates how useful Qlippie is for her daily life being an influencer:
Thanks to three rainy weeks, I’ve spent several coffee afternoons thinking about what we used to do before Internet went into our life. The idea of boredom was pretty different back then, you might dedicate your entire day to read a book, call a friend by phone (when calls were super expensive, too) or record your favorite songs in a cassette while praying for the radio announcer to not speak in the middle of your song. When I finally achieved it and filled a whole tape with my favorite songs, I would write some cheesy name with liquid paper on it and shared it to the boy I liked. And that was how we shared our feelings digitally.
Back to the present, I think there should be a word to define “faster than an instant” to describe how quickly the information goes by today. With that, not only our fingers have trained to write in small screens with even more ridiculously smaller keyboards (deep down I knew my typing classes in middle high school were obsolete), but now we are more and more open to share our daily life, whether you own a blog and share with your readers, or your most loyal followers are your mom, family and friends.
In collaboration with Qlippie Live, I share with you one of the things I’ve forgotten how much I enjoyed to do before the Internet changed my life: a quick but pleasant visit to an art gallery. In this occasion, and visiting it for the third time this month, the Philippe Halsman exhibition at CaixaForum Barcelona. An exhibition that, besides showing a great talent in photography, predicted the importance and influence that technology would have on art.