Dots: Miharu Matsunaga and the Sartorialist.
“Some have said that Margin Call is the movie Wall Streeters need to see to understand why the Occupy Wall Street movement has taken hold, to understand the damage they’ve done. It’s a noble sentiment, but pointless. Wall Streeters at the apex understand what’s happened since 2008, even if they haven’t personally suffered; it’s not that they can’t see, but...
He had his own way of defusing the madness. In 1999, on the 30th anniversary of...– Financial Times interview with Bill Clinton (via drawingroom)
Forthcoming: Jonathan Lethem on Talking Heads.
Kraftwerk’s three shows preceding the opening of their 3D video installation in the Kunstbau at the Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus Munich (Saturday through November 13) have all sold out, but there’s a book on the way: Kling Klang Produkt 2011.
The Independent’s new design may be bolder, but it’s also a little too busy. The Guardian’s forthcoming iPad app, though, looks pretty sharp.
Excellent. Adam Harper has turned three of his longest pieces at Rouge’s Foam into podcasts.
Salon is running the conversation between David Mitchell and Brian Eno that originally appeared this summer in the Believer’s Music Issue. Two snippets, the first from Mitchell: “I’ve noticed with writing, just by placing sentence A — about a ladybird, say — next to sentence B — about a man’s last three seconds of life — a C gets generated as if by alchemy. It’s not...