It’s not just that I discovered this video of a British ex-pat living in Italy via a friend in Taiwan, although that’s extremely cool. It’s not even that someone out there does this sort of thing—because talented artists have existed for ages. It’s the fact that we can all see one another, share our lives and art, and bring so easily bring awe to one another.
That is technology’s greatest gift: Us.
And I live with small children, so I’m totally amazed to see that many half-filled glasses on one table without anyone spilling or breaking one.
Without further ado, Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Johannes Sebastian Bach, played by Robert Tiso on the glass harp: