Windows serve a purpose.
Windows are openings into somewhere else. They let bits in, be it sun or air, without letting everything in, like rain or people.
I walk around campus and look at windows; creepy I know. In windows we can look at what is going on and still feel separate.
I could watch this class through the window and understand what is on the screen, and see who is attending, but I still won’t really know what is happening. That’s the problem with windows.
Things that pass through windows are distorted. They inform, but not completely.
That window, that one way up top. The circle with three joined circles within; what goes on behind there? It sits up top on a majestic building. A building that has housed historians and scholars for over 100 years, what is behind that window?You see? That’s the problem with windows. They screen and separate. They let a little in but don’t allow full access.
Some times its better that way.