Home again, home again, jiggidy-jig!
Years 1,2,3 — 100 consecutive days of 25 mile runs.
Years 4,5 — 100 consecutive days of 25 mile runs x 2.
Year 6 — 100 consecutive days of 37.5 mile runs.
Year 7 — 100 consecutive days of 50 mile runs and 100 consecutive days of 25 mile runs.
At the end, there’s 9 days with no food.
“As Pitchfork describes the project: “On a website, ‘The Ship’ plays, and the user can click on tweets of news stories, which appear alongside historical photos.” The film utilizes “a bespoke artificial intelligence programme,” the site explains, “developed by the Dentsu Lab Tokyo,” exploring “various historical photographic images and real-time news feeds to compose a collective photographic memory of humankind.” (Dentsu received a prestigious prize nomination from the European Commission for their work.)”
—Josh Jones, “Watch Brian Eno’s Experimental Film “The Ship,” Made with Artificial Intelligence.” OpenCulture.com. September 27, 2017.
“Kayano Iguchi: Father, If I learn to do needlework someday I can make kimonos. But what good will book learning ever do me?
Seibei Iguchi: Well, it probably won’t ever be as useful as needlework. But you know, book learning gives you the power to think. However the world might change, if you have the power to think you’ll always survive somehow. That’s true for boys and for girls. All right?
Kayano Iguchi: Yes.”
—Yamada, Yogi. “The Twilight Samurai”. Film. 2002.