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Talk within Canada's arts communities today has become as predictable as office politics, a projection of disengaged management fueled by personal anxieties. Discussions revolve vaguely around the need for "interpretive creativity" and "strategic innovation," and, naively, for more public funding. This is a huge problem for the industry's future.
It happened because arts associations and administrators have become risk-averse and lazy, unable to accept that art-as-a-possible-profession is broken. Their cheerleading is out of touch with how our culture defines value. And if they can't harness 21st Century energies, they'll die.
Scott is Canadas hydrogen visionary.
These cars lease for about $16,000 a month and would have access to a total of only twenty-two refueling stations in both countries. How was this going to change the world?
I dont believe Ill ever have a fuel-cell car in my lifetime.