Tag Archives: Wall Street Journal

Bug eating in the Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal gets on the bug-eating bandwagon with an article titled “The Six-Legged Meat of the Future.” Edible insects are becoming trendy, with London’s Archipelago restaurant topping their creme brulee with a bee and Manhattan’s Tolache offering grasshopper-stuffed tacos. The image above is from the blog of Japanese bug sushi maker, Shoichi Uchiyama.… Read More »

NY-based Iraqi artist to implant camera in the back of his head for Qatar museum

A photography professor at NYU plans to install a camera in the back of his head for an art project commissioned by a new modern art museum in Qatar. Artist Wafaa Bilal (shown below), who was born in Iraq, will stream images captured by the device to the museum; visitors there will be able to… Read More »

Tim Wu on the new monopolists: a “last chapter” for The Master Switch

I reviewed Tim Wu’s great history of media consolidation and regulatory capture The Master Switch earlier this month; now Tim says, “This piece I wrote for the Wall Street Journal is an important one. It is like a last chapter for my book.” We wouldn’t fret over monopoly so much if it came with a… Read More »