“Truth is we were never cool-hunters. We were always more interested in pointing our finger at what was going to last, not pass in the beat of an eyelash. The search for quality goes on unabated, especially in these times of quantity. ” -David Hershkovits, Paper Magazine
Somehow, after a Ruby Pseudo post I did, I met David on Facebook a few years back. Finally, I had the chance to meet up with David this week in New York. Needless to say (truly) he’s such a brilliant, brilliant guy.
Over kimchi and bibimbap, we circled around ideas of what digital actually might mean for most of us at the moment, and his thoughts on The Death of Cool. Check out his piece here.
I think the death of cool could be a very good thing for all of us.
Better still, is a few perfect hours trading ideas with David.
Photo from Paper Magazine