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"In China, there is no why." —Chris Buckley, Paul Mozur and Austin Ramzy, "How China Turned a City Into a Prison." The New York Times. April 4, 2019. The future is here; it's just not evenly distributed yet.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_ghwNkljS0 Debbie Reynolds invites her friends to help make an aerobics video in the 1980s. Shelley Winters comes, wearing sweatshirt and sweatpants with "I'm only here for Debbie," and refuses to exercise. Instead, she sits in the back and heckles Debbie. Everything about this is weird in a great way.
"'lowercase' [is a musical genre that] 'bears a certain sense of quiet and humility; it does not demand attention, it must be discovered. [The] work might imply one thing on the surface but contain other things beneath… it’s the opposite of capital letters—loud things which draw attention to themselves.'" —"The 'Lowercase Music' Genre is Ambient … Continue reading The “Lowercase Music” Genre is Ambient at Its Most Minimal
"Following eighteen months of work, more than 50,000 78rpm record “sides” from the Boston Public Library’s sound archives have now been digitized and made freely available online by the Internet Archive." —Chris Freeland, "Boston Public Library’s 78rpm Records Come to the Internet: Reformatting the Boston Public Library Sound Archives." Internet Archive. March 29, 2019.