Here’s a great two-page record of my infinity talk at the Goodship Academy of Higher Education the other night, and the discussion that followed. It was made by artist Jed Dunkerley, whose extraordinary talents range from animation design to musical theater.
(The talk, based on the next-to-last chapter of Agnostic: A Spirited Manifesto, ended up on the front page of the Seattle Times. It began with the pianist playing Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon,’ and yes, that’s me inviting people to come sit on the floor. The book’s due out in April, and I’d show you the cover except… well, infinity means it’s not yet finalized).