erik lundegaard

The Inherent Loneliness of the Internet

“We’re craving the nondigital even more these days, the authentically human interaction. We need to see some schmuck sweat.”

-- Jerry Seinfeld on the necessity of live stand-up comedy in an age when almost everything can be seen online. From the article, “Jerry Seinfeld Intends to Die Standing Up,” in The New York Times Magazine, Dec. 20, 2012.

Posted at 05:01 PM on Wed. Jan 02, 2013 in category Quote of the Day  
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