I read John Bresland's piece differently than he did aloud. His rendition reminded me of a noir protagonist going recalling the events of the day. The ominous music and effects supplemented the atmosphere and the aesthetically aged recording of his voice. Bresland makes the story seem like it was set at a time much earlier than what I interpreted as present day. I'm curious what a visual representation of this story would look like.
Glass's building blocks were interesting in content and in the way he spoke. even multitasking on my phone his voice was loud and clear with tips and tricks he had found to ensnare listeners and make content more interesting through emphasizing points.