"when a person with an artificial heart dies, how do they turn off the heart? does it keep beating until the autopsy?"
onfilmdirecting asked: re: physicality, in the novel: "All his life Glenn had wanted to be the Steinway itself, he hated the notion of being between Bach and his Steinway as a mere musical middleman …My ideal would be, I would be the Steinway, I wouldn’t need Glenn Gould, he said, I could, by being the Steinway, make Glenn Gould totally superfluous. But not a single piano player has ever managed to make himself superfluous by being Steinway, as Glenn said. To wake up one day and be Steinway and Glenn in one, he said…"
"Patience is also a form of action."