Dear readers, if there’s one thing this year has taught us (although we all know there’s far more than one thing), it’s that we can’t stop the future.

Do you have any idea what NFTs are? How about blockchain technology? How much longer before cryptocurrency becomes the main currency of the world?

Am I the only one left who doesn’t even fully understand what cryptocurrency is?

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I used to be with it. But then they changed what ‘it’ was. Now what I’m with isn’t ‘it’ and what’s ‘it’ seems weird and scary to me.

It’ll happen to you.

Anyways, this is Interrobang’s arts and tech issue, where writers examine the topic of innovation in honour of Fanshawe’s Innovate 2021 program.

And thank God for that, otherwise I would never have even heard what NFTs are. I’m 31, so why do I feel like a 94-year-old trying to figure out the up/ down volume button on a remote control?

I’m moving to the woods if crypto art, which to my under - standing is essentially a very expensive JPEG, ends up replacing the value of actual art.

The peaceful, peaceful woods.

Make sure to keep tabs with us on the socials if you haven’t already. Our final issue is out on stands April 5. It’ll be printed on paper. Remember paper?

And so it goes,

Angela McInnes

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