— Michael Ignatieff, still trying.
— It goes a lot deeper than just Pax Dickinson. From Why Pax Dickinson Matters by Nitasha Tiku.
— I’ve followed Arsenal for years and this summer has been a mystery to me, but this—this—sounds like Arsène Wenger.
Update: Fuller quote here.
— Justin Wolfers, an economics professor at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan.
“You know with this album, we ain’t drop no single for radio. We ain’t got no big NBA campaign or nothing like that. Shit, we ain’t even got no cover. We just made some real music. Back when I used to make albums and shit a couple years ago, three years ago, four years ago, we’d go away and work for the albums five months or something, we’d always have to hold the album to August or September, perfect moment and shit because it means I think you’re going to sell more because I think you’re going to get more audience and radio and shit. Honestly at this point when I listen to radio, that ain’t where I wanna be no more. Honestly at this point, I could give a fuck about selling a million records. As long as I put out an album for the summer that you can all rock to all muther fucking summer. Because at this point I don’t really give a fuck about outside opinions.”
— Brian Eno, A Year With Swollen Appendices (via volumexii)