] by Charles Cameron — btw, is Scrabble a form of crossword puzzle — I’m puzzling over that this week ]
Two magazines and two crossword puzzles, with a great deal of sociology and a smattering of art history in the comparison between them:
I have to say, there’s much to be said for the early twentieth century if you are advantaged: disadvantaged not so much. And tablets? There’s much to be said for tablets, too.
The New Yorker [upper panel, above], the Atlantic [lower panel], and Vanity Fair [no panel] are the three magazines whose emailed synopses most often bring me items of delight
Th purpose of my DoubleQuote format, as instanced above, is to provide a haiku-like form for succinct compare and contrast explorations, inviting the viewer or reader to make the relevant associative / creative leap..