vonChristian Ihle 13.12.2008

Monarchie & Alltag

Neue Bands und wichtige Filme: „As long as the music’s loud enough, we won’t hear the world falling apart“.

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“Finally, as his plank de grace against against even the most dedicated journalist or blogger, Loic carefully selected the least newsworthy speakers ever to have appeared on a conference programme. Then he made most of them take part in “fireside chats” that were so rambling and unfocused in a stereotypically French style that I kept hoping that the ghost of Charles Bukowski would float drunkenly on to disrupt them. Day one’s keynote firesider was Paulo Coelho — the favourite author of that girl you met on the first day of university who spent her gap year in Thailand and like totally found herself. “Everyone has something interesting to say,” Coelho said at one point, clearly showing that he’s never had a conversation with one of his fans.”

(Paul Carr, The Guardian)

Dank an Daniel!

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