Having Google on your phone is like having a drunk know-it-all in your pocket. There’s no time for mystery or wonder. You’re just like, “how do they make glass?” “Blarghelarglebahhrahhh!!!” And you know. But the time between not knowing and knowing is so brief that knowing feels exactly like not knowing, so life is meaningless.
Equally, though more practially, thought-provoking are the results of Louis C.K.‘s experiment in bypassing the corporate middle-man. Another foray into media self-publishing proves again that the consumer, given a chance, is honest and will pay for a product. The media conglomerates would have artists believe that we are all out to steal their art and their earnings, but more and more of them are understanding that the real thieves are the entertainment houses themselves. Occupy entertainment?