Does any corner of New York society remain untouched by the go-go spirit of the raging tech boom? Apparently not.
It seems the culture of optimization has advanced even unto the lofty reaches of Vanity Fair, with this month’s issue containing an exploration of the quantified self by culture critic James Wolcott (not yet available online). And to tee up for his colleague’s column, no less a personality than head honcho Graydon Carter himself opened up the issue with his thoughts on the matter.
His editor’s letter begins, “Not to generalize, but mankind can be divided into three groups.” This’ll be good! Read More