The kilogram is dead; long live the kilogram
How much longer will we remember that absolutes aren’t?
Obviously, this is destined to cause some nostalgic howling. MapQuest is #30!!! And LOOK at Pitchfork's early website.
"The Rolling Stones are the top-earning rock band in 2018 (over $100 million so far), and groups like the Eagles and U2 outrank younger megastars including Jay-Z and Beyonce (no. 11), Katy Perry (no. 14), and Kendrick Lamar (no. 18)."
In case it isn't obvious, this is no less than a *cultural crisis.* Imagine if Scott Joplin was making 10 times more on tour than The Beatles in 1967.
Jlin is special; Jlin interviews are always special. So much so, I created a reference for them: http://www.extratone.com/jlininterviews/
Perhaps the all around most compelling and emotionally-effective feature of 2017.
A one-of-a-kind experience which I've counted on to make myself feel better about humanity during particularly dark times.
Mark proudly acknowledges I'm Jewish and actually makes a pretty funny I should fire myself joke on the spot. Much less painful of an experience than the hearings.
This gorgeously-designed adventure is the singular work that caught my attention back to Wired after years.
UNQUESTIONABLY one of the most important insights into the tedium and outrageously-unlikely glory within American working-class culture. Via subscriber and pal Moe Malik.
One of last year’s best.
I’m just wondering what cell network he’s using that would allow him to do this while DRIVING AROUND ST. LOUIS.