This interview is currently unavailable online due to copyright restrictions. Contact Special Collections & University Archives (email@example.com) to arrange for onsite access. Larry McCaffery interviews David Blair in San Francisco with Brooks Landon and Scott Bukatman also present. The interview begins with Blair describing how he came to make his film Wax or the Discovery of Television Among the Bees, explaining specifically the influence of Thomas Pynchon as well as a variety of other ideas that influenced him. Blair describes how he came upon a book that peaked his interest in the work of Ahmed Zaki Abu Shadi and his work on bee-keeping. Bruce Sterling arrives part-way through the interview. A side conversation among the interviewers discusses the use of alternate history as a form of literary genre. Parts of the interview are at an increased speed, affecting the pitch of the voices. An edited version of the interview appeared as "Ms. Found on a Floppy Disc: Some Reflections of David Blair's Wax or the Discovery of Television Among the Bees. A Sign-Processed Hypertextual Critical Narrative." Noboddies 1, 1 (1994): 7-27.