The Fast Company tends to publish articles that are wide and far out and hyped up beyond any reality. They beg for critique and – as they tend to delete critical comments – they beg to be monitored regarding that as well. To me, they represent all that is wrong with current tech journalism. We are glad we have them.
A prosthetic is so unauthentic to who I’ve become. I am forever grateful for my hand, made possible by fundraising. I wear it to auditions and filming if needed, but I can’t support masking who I truly am. My prosthetic is there as a piece of art that can enhance my natural abilities to work on camera as an actress, but it is not there to replace who I am. In my day-to-day life, I don't wear it. --