The article goes on to say, “Where wisdom once was, quantification now will be. Quantification is the most overwhelming influence upon the contemporary American understanding of, well, everything. It is enabled by the idolatry of data, which has itself been enabled by the almost unimaginable data-generating capabilities of the new technology. The distinction between knowledge and information is a thing of the past, and there is no greater disgrace than to be a thing of the past.”
From the January 18th New York Times Book Review, “Among the Disrupted” by Leon Wieseltier.
One of the cats at Canterbury.
Tower of London.
Molded out of mesh, over some sort of rigid skeleton?
Grumpy, fat ravens at the Tower of London.
Not a unique idea by any means, but fun. Behind the Christian Louboutin shop at the other end of the block where we stayed.
Resin dog with butterflies, same location as above.
Paper butterfly in Paris, along with . . . other things.
Our new annual report, printed by Girlie Press in Seattle. This year it’s about 5×8, a small publication both in terms of size and page count, but really big on color. We’ve been getting reports that it’s an engaging piece. That’s a good thing for an annual report, right?