At age 85, Jonas Mekas is initiating a new project. Beginning January 1, 2007, he will begin 365 films, uploading a short video every day for a year. In November, Mekas was interviewed on NPR (Amy Taubin appears too, praising the video iPod as an ideal delivery system for avant-garde cinema); now here is another interview in Wired. According to Mekas, new digital technologies (like the iPod) are making the experience of cinema more intimate, like reading: it's just you and the image.