“It was the slash heard round the world. Suddenly, every page on the Internet was popping up with a big red warning: THIS SITE MAY HARM YOUR COMPUTER. You couldn’t access anything. It was as if the Internet was broken.”—Google VP Marissa Mayer, on the day she accidentally broke Google.
“By misrepresenting—or misunderstanding—our food history, we make a realistic conversation about what to change and how to change it more difficult than it already is. America will not revert to a nation of family farms. Convenience will always be important. Seasonal and regional limitations on what we eat can only go so far.”—Why nostalgia for the way we used to grow and eat food is mistaken Pastoral Romance - Lapham’s Quarterly