More things, August 31, 2012
More transgressive things
You pit your faculties against concrete problems. The victories are concrete, definable, touchable. A page of perfect printing. You can touch the page you wrote.
How pathetic it is to die with ten grand in the bank. You should die with $100,000 or more (much more even) in debt. The greater debt you take to the grave, the better.
The disruptive power of information technology may be our best hope for curing the chronic college cost disease that is driving a growing number of students into ruinous debt or out of higher education altogether.
What we are seeing here is a tectonic shift in the ways people — especially those of the Western metropolitan cultural elite — make sense of who and what they are.
If You Thought You Were Going Apeshit Before, It’s Nothing Compared to How Apeshit You Go Now