interesting observations. nice to hear a craftsman who does not purport himself as an "artist", and yet, I believe he is . . .
To me it was interesting that he made his points in a low key way, but they were still powerful.
That is one of the most profound videos I've watched in a long time.I am an old drafter who learned how to draw on the board with real ink and real Mylar - before Cad was cool! The worst thing that ever happened to me (career wise) was the advent of Computer Aided Drafting; and by extension to the hobby, 3D virtual modeling. This video explains EXACTLY why. We've traded something of our humanity for the instant gratification of "quicker and easier". About as nutritious to the human soul as McDonalds is to the human body!
I used ink pens and mylar too, greatly enjoyed it and miss it. I have a drafting table I bought maybe 40 years ago now at Eatons that I still use for drafting plans and model building. I've always found that I understand problems better if I'm drawing, taking notes or calculating by hand. I don't know why that is for sure, but it's just my experience.