Our minds on media.

Musings on the effects of media on cognition.

Pictures of Pictures

This is one of the funnier incidents of media serendipity I’ve seen in a while. Of course, I love to cover events when people spy on the government or the government spies on people, but here we have regular old people “spying” on regular old people. Robert Palmer, a graphic designer who’s been making some noise with his revamp of the Republican Health Nightcare Chart, also happened to spot some kids from his Hilton hotel room taking a picture of their cars. And then, in a way that could only happen in the 21st century’s media mania, he found the pictures they were taking. I just feel like it’s worth mentioning because it helps me to hone my sense of just what banapana is.

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