1. Net Gain | The New Yorker
"What has received less notice than the show’s complexity and its bold female characters is its unprecedented emphasis on technology… Put bluntly, The Good Wife is to the digital debate as The Wire is to the drug war.”

    Net Gain | The New Yorker

    "What has received less notice than the show’s complexity and its bold female characters is its unprecedented emphasis on technology… Put bluntly, The Good Wife is to the digital debate as The Wire is to the drug war.”

  2. And now it’s “Like a Prayer,” my fifth favorite Madonna song. This crazy-ass video screen field is genuinely wicked. Is this maybe live singing now? Cee-Lo has been brought in to do black lame (I think) gospel robes. This sounds live, and I assume Cee-Lo is here to kill the hook. Madge knows the crowd—choose the song Americans know, and hey, election year, let’s go with prayer. (Hopefully these fans don’t know about the whole burning cross thing from the first time around on the MTV.) [New Yorker]

    And now it’s “Like a Prayer,” my fifth favorite Madonna song. This crazy-ass video screen field is genuinely wicked. Is this maybe live singing now? Cee-Lo has been brought in to do black lame (I think) gospel robes. This sounds live, and I assume Cee-Lo is here to kill the hook. Madge knows the crowd—choose the song Americans know, and hey, election year, let’s go with prayer. (Hopefully these fans don’t know about the whole burning cross thing from the first time around on the MTV.) [New Yorker]