"unlike a few of my contemporaries, i rejected the masters of the high renaissance and formulated a style of painting that i considered to be more immediate and spontaneous. with my art, i strove for realism. i often painted directly from live models and rarely made preliminary sketches and notes. i also rejected more "elevated" subject matter and painted denizens i found on the streets of rome. this often got me into trouble and i quickly became a notorious genius. professionally, i was known by the name "
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two modern versions of the telegraph are email and text, both enabled by cell phones and computers. the telegraph was a device used to send telegrams, or messages using morse code in the fastest way possible at the time. now, we have email and text which reach their receivers almost instantly. in the future, we could potentially have a way to contact people via some sort of, perhaps, mind-link. it would be a device that is either worn on the head or implanted in the brain, and it would act like stephen hawking's thought-to-speech machine, except it would take your thoughts and transcribe them to the designated receiver.
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