Interesting piece by Sven Eberlein on Daily Kos, on Lost Weekend and the value of local.
He’s not a foe of either the Internet or Netflix, he writes, but Lost Weekend’s trouble staying alive raises questions. “What I think is worth pondering, however, is whether our relentless pursuit to make everything available to us at the click of a mouse or the drop in the mail comes at a cost that often goes unnoticed: The loss of connection to our immediate environment and our community.”
Read the complete essay here. It’s worth the time.