It’s no secret that David Byrne doesn’t like the Internet. In an opinion piece for The Guardian published last fall, for instance, Mr. Byrne argued that digital streaming services like Spotify are destroying the livelihood of artists. “The Internet,” he said, “will suck all creative content out of the world.”
And so last night at Bookforum magazine’s annual pre-Valentine’s Day literary reading in the New Museum’s Sky Room, Mr. Byrne, the former frontman of the Talking Heads, wondered this question aloud: What if we broke up with the web?
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The Jazz at Lincoln Center ticketing system was breached in what was presumably the first time it was really put to the test (Wynton Marsalis is popular, but Read More
They grow up so fast. Rookie, the online mag founded by Tavi Gevinson, the former tween fashion blogger turned editor and patron saint of alt girls everywhere, turns one this month.
Girls between the ages of 12 and 20, as well as a smattering of boys and grown-ups, filled the downstairs of McNally Read More