“On the whole, the interrogation system at Guantánamo comes across as a maddening, multi-directional game of telephone.” Amy Davidson, New Yorker. Meantime, it seems that each of the news organizations reporting on this latest dump from WikiLeaks is leading from a different angle. Erik Hayden rounds up an overview at the Atlantic Wire.
New Eno. “Glitch.”
Kiefer & Rembrandt.
“Supercollider” and “The Butcher,” new from Radiohead. Listen.
“There’s a German word that I’m looking for.” John Gruber, via Coudal.
“The thing I don’t understand is why so often one hears discussion of the fruits of human labor as if it’s all the creation of some alien race.” Terrific quote from Chris Ware, paired oddly (and perhaps problematically) at but does it float with a few gorgeous images from Andreas Volwahsen’s 1970 book Living Architecture: Islamic Indian.
Evan Osnos on why the disappearance of Ai Weiwei matters.