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Monthly Archives: June 2009

The Day the Media Died

Mad Ave Blues is a whimsical nine-minute-plus eulogy to the media as we knew it, sung by L. McDuff. “I was a lonely Mad Ave Type, with some good ideas and a lot of hype.” Or, “I asked the man running the Times, about turning dollars into digital dimes.” Enjoy!
(Thanks to Matthias Bruggmann for pointing [...]

Future Justice

There is a scene in Chris Marker’s 1962 movie, La Jetée (The Jetty), where the protagonist manages to travel into the future to ask for an energy source to save the present-day world. The idiosyncratic reasoning is that, since the world survived, the future must owe something to its past.
Now we have the World Future [...]