It's pretty amazing to go from a world where computers were unheard of and very complex to where they're a tool of everyday life. That was the dream that I wanted to make come true, and in a large part it's unfolded as I'd expected. You can argue about advertising business models or which networking protocol would catch on or which screen sizes would be used for which things. There are less robots now than I would have guessed.
On what the biggest misconception about him was: Probably that one about me having a small penis. I think people believe I take myself more seriously than I actually do.
We are not all born at once, but by bits. The body first, and the spirit later... Our mothers are racked with the pains of our physical birth; we ourselves suffer the longer pains of our spiritual growth.
And then, of course, I started acting and that became the great passion in my life. And then I came back to photography much later. I've really only been shooting now again for maybe 15 years, but it is a great love of mine ... I've always been, I think, stunned by the power of photography and more so with black and white than with color and more so with still than moving. It's also that thing of now, in this day and age, where everybody has access to photography, every idiot feels like they can make a documentary, and everybody can post their photos online or whatever, the idea that there's still this art to it makes me more and more interested in going backward rather than forward.
Desire makes man forget his real nature and reduces him to be status of a beast. See AlsoBack To Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel>