Peeping Sam, The New Yorker

The New Yorker, June 2013



Tintin The broken ear

Tim u. Struppi, L’oreille cassée, 1930

The attention we are paying for one another and everything around us is remarkable, an indicator for a society’s increasing sophistication

Is it not more disturbing to be living in a republic left behind in digital exercises, obstructing knowledge transfer?

 

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