Asi over at no man’s blog has an excellent interview with Jonathan. Jonathan comes across as a pretty zen kind of guy, but here he talks about where he finds his inspiration:

“I am interested in universal and simple ideas, executed playfully. My ideas are often influenced by my travels, and by observations I make and questions I ask about the world. I’m much more interested in the real world than I am in the Internet world, as such. I just see the Internet as a wonderful point of convergence where a large number of humans can come together and share ideas. When this happens, footprints are left behind, and I am interested in studying those footprints to find out about people.”

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