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I know I’m not the greatest singer or dancer, but that doesn’t interest me. I’m interested in being provocative and pushing people‘s buttons.
I know everything that you can do with digital processing and digital editing inside and out, but I absolutely refuse to push the buttons and don’t even want to know how to load and unload the files.
Magicians start by looking for blind spots, edges, vulnerabilities and limits of people’s perception, so they can influence what people do without them even realizing it. Once you know how to push people’s buttons, you can play them like a piano.
Buttons, for me, are very sculptural things, and they are so fascinating.
It’s sometimes said that I’m rebellious and I do things to push people’s buttons, but I just like the challenge.
After a few days with the iPhone X, I can begin to make out its themes. It’s a step towards fading the actual physical manifestation of technology into a mist where it’s just there – a phone that’s ‘all screen,’ one that turns on simply by seeing you, one that removes the mechanics of buttons and charging cables.
I still think that I’m playing instruments, not just pushing buttons and there it goes. It’s interactive and alive with the sound and the manipulation and it plays like instruments.
Did I shop Kmart for clothing? No, I didn’t. But I loved that I could be totally involved in the hangtags, the buttons, the commercials and with the designers. Something in my head said ‘Yes.’ I was adventurous.
My kids live in a different environment than I did as a child. They’ve got privileges I didn’t have as a child, but they have disadvantages. They don’t see their mum as much. They see the threats that one gets. They live in a house where they’ve got panic buttons, and I’ve had to teach them about safety.
I am probably the last of a generation able to gain an education in country music by osmosis, by sitting in a ’64 Ford banging the buttons on the radio.
I have siblings. And there are certain things I know that I can push their buttons. And they know they have certain things where they can push mine.
I have a four year old and I’m telling you we did Nickelodeon last night and he embarrassed me. It was like one of those moments when I couldn’t believe my kid is acting like this. I just had to just like walk away from him because he was really pushing my buttons.
We all press buttons in relationships, in our dealings with people, without thinking what it really means. We all knock along without questioning what kind of situation we’re in. We may often be in a very good one, but we don’t even appreciate the good situations. We’re lazy. Or we’re scared. Or we just don’t notice.
We go through the whole season working on next season’s car and developing the car and making sure we fit in the car and all that sort of stuff. And we obviously give ideas of what we would hope next year‘s car would have even if it’s small things like buttons on the steering wheel and different positions and whatever.
There’s a classic element that all good Disney movies have. It really comes down to the storytelling, I think. It manages to push all of these buttons inside of us; there’s a sentimentality.
As kids, we traded ‘I like Ike’ and ‘All the way with Adlai’ buttons in elementary school.
This is one of the benefits, as well as one of the difficulties of directing a member of your family. You know where the buttons are. You can push them if you want.
It usually takes two people a little while to learn where the funny buttons are and testy buttons are.
Belly buttons are cool!
There are similarities between being an editor and a tailor. Tailors have a vast supply of fabrics, buttons and thread at their disposal and put it together to make a whole. That’s what an editor does – looks at society at a given time and pulls together the interesting aspects into a single issue each month.
The raw emotion and physical nature of the NFL definitely push a lot of peoples’ buttons. It’s played once a week, so every game is important.
Facebook and Google are battling over who will be our gateway to the rest of the Internet through ‘like’ buttons and universal logins – giving them huge power over our online identities and activities.