In the era before the Dot-Com bubble burst with the stock market and the near-pioneers of the movement to get information put online, Josh Harris was one of the big guns, worth 80 million at one time, and the founder of a website, Pseudo.com, which was a big interactive media site that provided a lot of videos and music with artists and entertainers and all sorts of crazy and fun stuff that garnered a good deal of attention. Harris had a good thing there in the 90's as the creative head, until he went a little batty (i.e. dressing up in a clown costume, which I'll reserve to reveal till the end of this review as to not frighten the children), and left the website with his share of stocks. He used his leftover millions to then go and make a project called 'Quiet', where he'd make a kind of cross between the Warhol Factory, a utopia, and the Millgram experiments: artists and regular folks and those with some big problems (maybe a hundred, more or less) participated as lab-rats in a societal experiment that made Big Brother look like the Partridge Family.
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|Beavis and Butt-head in the 'Quiet' project would be mostly this.|
|In another life Josh Harris designed the sets for Clockwork Orange's Korova Milkbar.|
|And we may also be able to tell Josh Harris' religion by this picture.|
|While Y2K didn't happen, this did that very night of New Years Eve. Yey naked shenanigans!|
|Josh's next project: competition in TRON with Kevin Flynn.|
|AAAHHH!! (yes, he tried to make this a mascot for the dot-com company he worked for - View Askew's Vulgar had a better grasp than this douche|