What it’s like to travel in time

So, I’m walking down the street in San Francisco today, and all of a sudden, I’m thinking, “I’ve been here before,” which is impossible because I’ve never been here before.

But I knew the street. When I got to the end, I saw this:

And that’s when I realized I had been here in my time machine, because I posted this in January:

The sense of being there was so real because I had been so fascinated with this video when I first saw it.

Taking it slowly … on TV

When I lived in Europe, one of my favorite TV shows was called Trains, Trains, Trains. It featured video of German trains. No narration. No music. Just being in a train while it moved along its route. The perspective was from the motorman’s seat and you’re just watching the track ahead as the train moved on. Sometimes it was a streetcar.

It was very soothing.

I couldn’t find anything like it when I got back to the states. Then I got the Pluto TV app and saw that one of the feeds on it was for something called Slow TV. That’s from Norway. Here’s how it works:

So, let’s take a ride. See you in about 7 hours: