The Callus: That New York Times Story On Apple →
thecallus: “Nimble” competitors are “nimble” because they can wake up 8000 people in the middle of the night with tea and a biscuit. By that standard, I’d imagine a Georgia plantation in 1847 was nimble as fuck. Look at the “employees” dancing nimbly for the whip! China is a slave state that permits hundreds of thousands of people to live like cattle. American companies that utilize this labor...
vicemag: Kickstarter is annoying but like please please please help make this Bill Callahan doc happen. PS We were thinking of starting a rumor that in certain locales they’re running advertisements for Bank of America set to the tune of Callahan’s “America!” If anyone has any advice on how to start rumors, let us know. Backed this. No-brainer.
Should The Times Be A Truth Vigilante? →
soupsoup: I hope this is a joke. The New York Times Public Editor wonders aloud if their journalists should be reporting the truth. Seriously? Not a joke. Rather, a remarkable (and rare) instance of unintended honesty from the paper of record, acknowledgment and encapsulation of the propaganda model, in which “necessary illusions” subjugate “truth”. Illuminating.