FOUR HUNDRED AND ONE

From How to do nothing by Jenny Odell. “This love of one’s subject is something I’m provisionally calling the observational eros. The observational eros is an emotional fascination with one’s subject that is so strong it overpowers the desire to make anything new. It’s pretty well summed up in the introduction of Steinbeck’s Cannery Row, where heContinue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND ONE”