“Out the window, eight floors below in a giant white tent on the beach raged a party thrown by Dasha Zhukova for Art.sy, some kind of web-project that almost no one can say aloud without cringing.”—http://artforum.com/diary/
To briefly editorialize: Michael Arrington, you’re being an obtuse idiot, as either you’re tapped into what the discussion is ostensibly about as opposed to what it actually concerns—not the extent of the work, but a medical condition that can develop and metastasize into something more dangerous because of it—or you don’t believe depression can exist, which puts you in the same categorical camp of crazy as Tom Cruise.
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“Back at General Assembly, Chris sighed: “In the startup community, there’s a real stigma to depression. Every time someone comes around and asks ‘Hey, how’s it going?’ you’re always like”—and here, he vamped a disposition familiar to anyone who has ever had a discussion with a startup founder—”‘Best day ever, man! Killing it! We’re crushing it!’ You have to do that, because your job as founder is, to some extent, to create the Steve-Jobs-Reality-Distortion-Field.”—http://www.betabeat.com/2011/11/22/u-cant-haz-sadz-the-hushed-dangers-of-startup-depression/