10 Questions for Douglas Coupland (video)

Yesterday I viewed this old video created probably when Douglas Coupland‘s book Generation-A appeared.

Coupland is lying on the sofa, and is interviewed by a female computer voice. The voice reminds me of the movie Her (which I started watching two times, but never managed to finish). The interview with Coupland is regularly interrupted for weird advertisements for Channel 3 (We Speak Your Language) and the drug SOLON CR (It’s me time). I only vaguely remembered the SOLON CR reference from the book; all I am sure about is that the book is about bees going extinct. But the Internet tells me my memory is correct. SOLON CR is a medicine prescribed“for the short-term treatment of psychological unease grounded in obsession in thinking about the near and distant feature.”

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