From the monthly archives: April 2015

Okay, so I just bought the new iPhone 6…in gold…’cause gold is money man! Well, sort of. It’s reductive how each new phone announcement is touted as some kind of seminal event of the tech-age…the latest and greatest smartphone is poised to single-handedly change our evolutionary arc according to its hucksters. Maybe it will. It’s […]

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I’m reading The Sportswriter this week by Richard Ford. It’s part of his Frank Bascombe trilogy; the next in the series is Independence Day, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1996. I tell you this so that you might think more of the quotation from Ford below. Awards have meaning in today’s society. Maybe any […]

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